SDSU punts for the first time all game. SDSU leads 17-0 with 2:59 to go until halftime.
If MSU was to have any chance of winning this game, a score before halftime would go a long way to helping that out.
MSU has good field position starting on its own 40 but Luke Daly hasn't made a field goal yet this season and the Bobcats are 0-for-2 in the red zone today.
This is the third time MSU has had the ball deep in SDSU territory. The Cats haven't scored yet, however.
Montana State is moving the ball well on this drive. MSU has first and goal from the 10. SDSU took a timeout with 42 seconds to play until halftime.
Chris Murray has been sifting his way through the SDSU pass rush. He has 52 rushing yards so far.
On the bright side for Montana State, the Cats have had three drives of 55 yards or longer. MSU struggled to score early due to a missed field goal and an interception in the end zone, but it hasn't been all bad for the Bobcats.
That said, South Dakota State has had two touchdown drives of 80 yards each and the Bobcats have struggled to contain SDSU quarterback Taryn Christion, who has eight carries for 45 yards and two scores.
If there's been a positive for Montana State, it's wide receiver Jabarri Johnson. He has six catches for 62 yards and a touchdown.