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Kane Ioane has seen it all at Montana State, from when the football program was erased like a chalkboard and rebuilt from scratch when he came in as a freshman in 2000, all the way to 2012 when it won more games than it had in nearly 30 years.
Six days after losing 34-16 to Sam Houston State in the FCS playoff quarterfinals, coach Rob Ash and the Montana State Bobcats have their eyes on the offseason.
BOZEMAN — It’s the last Friday in June, and it’s hot at Bobcat Stadium. The place is empty. The sun reverberates off the synthetic turf, pushing the temperature over 100 degrees.