BOZEMAN — The rehab is over, the pain is gone, and the only things left are a wide smile and a renewed hunger for Montana State linebacker Na’a Moeakiola.
BOZEMAN -- Montana State’s Tanner Roderick has moved from quarterback back to wide receiver and will enter fall camp as the starter at the ‘Z’ receiver position.
BOZEMAN -- Montana State has hired Cody Kempt as wide receivers coach and Michael Pitre as running backs coach, the school announced Monday.
Mike Rider, a stalwart at safety and the ringleader of Montana State's defense, spelled it out to his teammates in the offseason.
Cody Kempt threw for 2,424 yards, 18 touchdowns and 16 interceptions as the quarterback for Montana State in 2008-09 before being replaced by freshman Denarius McGhee this season.
BOZEMAN — It’s been a tad ridiculous.
OK. Maybe not the world, but at least around Bozeman.
BOZEMAN — Montana State football coach Rob Ash says redshirt freshman Denarius McGhee has been named the starting quarterback for the Bobcats in the season opener Saturday against Fort Lewis.
The question has been bandied about since the beginning of spring football: Who will earn the starting QB job for the Montana State Bobcats? Cody Kempt or Denarius McGhee?
We've said it before and we'll say it again right now: Expectations are higher this year than they've been in a long time at Montana State. And the reasons are clear.
Senior Cody Kempt had a short run as starter last season. (Courtesy photo)
BOZEMAN — Cody Kempt and Denarius McGhee have battled tooth-and-nail for Montana State’s quarterback job the past five months, and the race was still too tight for coach Rob Ash to anoint a starter Thursday at the Bobcats’ annual media day.
The jury is still out on Montana State's quarterback battle. Head coach Rob Ash said during Media Day on Thursday that he has yet to decide on a starter between senior Cody Kempt and redshirt freshman Denarius McGhee.
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: Below is the complete transcript of Greg Rachac's interview with Montana State fourth-year football coach, Rob Ash: The full-length version of this conversation was not available in the print edition of Monday's Gazette)
(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)
Cody Kempt's spring is done. Montana State's senior quarterback "tweaked his knee" during the Bobcats' latest tune-up prior to Saturday's spring game.
The Montana football team has been working through spring drills for a week. Montana State opens practice tomorrow. Is it really that time of year already?
Cody Kempt, Saturday’s projected starter, has thrown for 949 yards and 8 TDs for the Cats.