Nash Fouch tackles a Butler player.
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The Biggest Hit of the College Football Season So Far Is This FCS Bone-Crusher

With Week 1 of the college football season in the books, we already have a contender for biggest hit of the year.

Week 1 of the college football season is in the books, and it brought plenty of noise with it. Deion Sanders' Colorado Buffaloes announced their presence in a big way, and we found out that coach Dabo Swinney without a generational quarterback results in a perfectly abysmal Clemson offense.

The weekend was also full of hit big hits, none of which was bigger or louder than the one that Montana's Nash Fouch laid on Butler's Jack Bill on Saturday in Missoula, Montana. When Bill took a short pass from his quarterback and turned the corner to bolt upfield, Fouch was there to stop him dead in his tracks.

Talk about a bone-crushing hit. I don't care that this is in the Big Sky Conference of the Football Championship Subdivision. That's about as big of a hit as you'll see that isn't called for a penalty.

Bill was noticeably shaken up on the hit, but he finished the game with two catches for 21 yards. Montana won the game 35-20. Even more importantly, the Grizzlies now own the biggest hit of the season, even if it is early on.

Fouch told Skyline Sports after the game that it was the biggest hit he's been a part of. Listed at 6-foot-2 and 207 pounds, the redshirt senior safety is no stranger to tackling. He started all 13 games for Montana last season, racking up 71 tackles. He finished with five on Saturday.

If Fouch keeps hitting dudes like that, Montana has a chance to go far this season.

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