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Glenn: Coyotes "Gift Wrapped" Win For Montana



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VERMILLION, S.D.  --  The Coyotes come into their rivalry game with South Dakota State desperate for a win after consecutive heartbreakers.

For the second straight week USD gave up a late fourth quarter touchdown to the tenth ranked team in FCS.

The Yotes fell 31-27 to Montana when Ellis Henderson returned a kickoff 99 yards with just under two minutes left.

Coach Joe Glenn was very candid after the loss, even taking blame for letting his team kick to Henderson.


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