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Better depth means no more shuffling on KU offensive line | KUsports.com
“There’s no doubt. It’s nice. You just look across the board, who’s played in Big 12 games, and just the number of people, the number of our guys that have done it,” Yenser said. “Going through spring practice with this is phenomenal.”

Notebook: Jayhawks dealing with non-COVID illnesses; Jossell returns | KUsports.com
Kansas freshman K.J. Adams missed a game for the first time this season on Saturday, when he didn’t suit up for the Jayhawks’ home game versus Stephen F. Austin due to an illness.

'He's a gamer': Remy Martin nails clutch 3 to help KU survive vs. Stephen F. Austin | KUsports.com
A late-game Remy Martin 3-pointer helped the No. 8-ranked Kansas basketball team survive a scare Saturday night against Stephen F. Austin at Allen Fieldhouse.

Montana State's pass rush shows cascade effect in FCS semifinal win over South Dakota State | Bobcats | helenair.com
Oladokun completed the throw to Jaxon Janke for a six-yard gain with seven minutes left in Saturday’s FCS semifinal game at Bobcat Stadium. Screens like that went for more yardage earlier in the game, but on this play, MSU’s defense swarmed Janke and created a cluttered path. Simeon Woodard made the stop to set up a fourth down and 5.

Rapid Reaction: Montana State 31, South Dakota State 17
In front of a sold-out Bobcat Stadium in below-freezing temperatures, the Bobcats topped the South Dakota State Jackrabbits 31-17 in the FCS semifinals on Saturday afternoon. The game sends MSU to the national championship game in Frisco, Texas, on Jan. 8, 2022, the first time MSU has been to the title game since 1984 when the Bobcats won it all.

Montana State advances to first FCS title game since 1984 with win over South Dakota State | MSU Bobcats | 406mtsports.com
Tucker Rovig replaced Mellott solely to take a couple knees and officially end one of the biggest wins in MSU history. ESPN's cameras captured Mellott in tears on the bench. The pride of Butte had just accounted for 384 yards and all four Bobcat touchdowns in a 31-17 FCS semifinal win over South Dakota State. The gravity of the accomplishment hit Mellott, and it overwhelmed him.

Pool: Montana State’s run to the national championship should be no surprise after all | Bobcats Football | bozemandailychronicle.com
The waning seconds suspended, fans eagerly awaiting to rush the field, an emotional Tommy Mellott sat and looked down. The quarterback had been through much more than a true freshman making his third career start ever should.

Road to Frisco! - Montana State University Athletics
The Montana State football team is heading to the national championship game on Saturday, January 8, to face North Dakota State. The game will be played at Toyota Stadium, the home of FC Dallas soccer club, in Frisco, Texas.

Joe Manchin on Build Back Better Act: He'll vote no. - CNNPolitics
"And I cannot vote to continue with this piece of legislation. I just can't. I've tried everything humanly possible. I can't get there," he said on "Fox News Sunday." "This is a no on this legislation. I have tried everything I know to do. And the President has worked diligently. He's been wonderful to work with. He knows I've had concerns and the problems I've had and, you know, the thing that we should all be directing our attention towards the variant, a Covid that we have coming back at us in so many different aspects in different ways, it's affecting our lives again."

Ghislaine Maxwell trial: Closing arguments are to begin Monday - CNN
Maxwell, 59, has pleaded not guilty to six federal counts, including sex trafficking of minors, enticing a minor to travel to engage in illegal sex acts, transporting a minor with the intent to engage in criminal sexual activity and three related counts of conspiracy.

Himalayan Glaciers Are Melting at Furious Rate, New Study Shows - WSJ
Glaciers across the Himalayas are melting at an extraordinary rate, with new research showing that the vast ice sheets there shrank 10 times faster in the past 40 years than during the previous seven centuries.

Popular meat shop expanding in Columbia Falls | Daily Inter Lake
Julie and Joel Greene, who became owners of the meat shop in November 2020, are working on expanding into a new space behind the current building.

Elon Musk says he’ll pay over $11 billion in taxes this year - The Verge
Elon Musk expects to pay over $11 billion in taxes in 2021, the Tesla CEO said in a tweet. The figure is roughly in line with a report from CNBC last week, when it estimated that Musk has already paid $7 billion in state and federal taxes this year, and will pay a further $5 billion by January 1st. CNBC said the figures could represent “the single largest tax bill ever.”