Dakota Prukop is a quick study. His 68-percent completion rate through six games is fifth-best in the FCS and ranks second among all quarterbacks with 100 or more passing attempts.
DeNarius McGhee is the top returning quarterback in the Big Sky Conference in 2013. The coming season will be McGhee's fourth as the Bobcats' starter. Because of his longevity, McGhee has the chance to approach, equal or maybe even surpass some Big Sky Conference records for quarterbacks.
NOTE: This is the ninth (and final) installment of our series in which we project the Top 10 players at each position for the 2012 Big Sky Conference football season.
BOZEMAN -- Montana State football coach Rob Ash has tabbed Kevin McGiven to be the Bobcats' offensive coordinator.
Cat-Griz Week is upon us, and there’s plenty at stake as Montana and Montana State gear up to renew their bitter rivalry.
BOZEMAN — Dan Ogden was sitting on a training table in the Bobcats locker room, flanked by two team trainers.
Saturday's game between Montana State and Weber State at Bobcat Stadium will be a big showdown between two of the top quarterbacks in the Big Sky Conference -- Denarius McGhee and Cameron Higgins.
Montana State controls its own destiny heading into the final two games of the Big Sky Conference football season.
Will it go down to the wire again? Not if the Grizzlies have their way.
Rob Ash’s 200th career coaching victory — a 64-61 win at Sacramento State on Saturday — had more twists and turns than the Coney Island Cyclone.
Rob Ash called it heartbreaking. Mike Rider labeled it unfortunate.
The Sports Network rolled out its preseason Top 25 poll poll on Monday, and there were very few surprises at the top of the heap. Defending FCS champion Villanova grabbed the No. 1 ranking, and for good reason: The Wildcats bring back the most versatile offensive player in the nation (Matt S…
(NOTE: This is the first installment of a series in which we here at the Cat-Griz Insider rank the Top 10 players at each position in advance of the 2010 Big Sky Conference football season. First up, it's the quarterbacks)
Montana State hasn't lost at Weber State since 1996. But if the Bobcats don't come up with a great effort Saturday at Stewart Stadium, that streak is likely to end.