Montana State Vs. Sam Houston State Halftime Score: Bearkats Lead Bobcats, 21-6, In 2011 FCS Playoffs

The Montana State Bobcats will need to get an early start on their comeback against the No. 1 Sam Houston State Bearkats, as they are losing at halftime, 21-6. The Bobcats had a promising drive stall once again inside Sam Houston State territory. Quarterback DeNarius McGhee found John Ellis and Elvis Akpla on the drive and reached the SHSU 19-yard line. However, McGhee was under pressure at that point and had to throw the ball away several times.

A field goal attempts came with two seconds left, bu the Bearkats blocked Jason Cunningham's 39-yard attempt. He had missed a 46-yard field goal earlier in the quarter.

The Bearkats got their latest touchdown in a crazy fashion. Brian Bell threw a pass that Montana State tipped. It stayed up in the air and wound up in Richard Sincere's hands. He was able to break through several tackles and had a 40-yard touchdown reception to show for it.

Montana State receiver Elvis Akpla had one of the most amazing catches we'll ever see. He caught the ball one-handed, used his helmet to keep possession and then kept it in that hand and behind his back for the reception.

Stick with our 2011 FCS Playoffs StoryStream for more on the postseason.

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