Some leftovers from a busy Signing Day:
Montana State reopened its Lone Star pipeline to acquire eight new football players from Texas on National Signing Day. The Bobcats also received letters of intent from five in-state recruits.
It's been a season of numbers-crunching here on the blog. More, it seems, than in previous years. So let's keep it going, and take a look at the production of the Bobcats' pass defense.
NOTE: This is the second installment of our weekly series projecting the Top 10 players at each position for the 2013 Big Sky Conference football season.
Eastern Washington wide receiver Brandon Kaufman is probably the most draftable player from the Big Sky Conference in this year's NFL Draft. He left school early to pursue a pro career, so Kaufman believes he's got a shot. Portland State defensive end Marquis Jackson and Southern Utah QB Bra…
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.
Kickoff between Montana State and Stony Brook is less than 24 hours away. The winner advances to play either Cal Poly or Sam Houston State next week. The loser, as is the case in a bracket format, goes home.
MISSOULA — Montana State coach Rob Ash gestured toward the seat recently vacated by quarterback DeNarius McGhee during the post-game media conference and spoke candidly about the driving force behind his team.
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Rob Ash has often described Montana State’s defensive philosophy as simple, straightforward and to-the-point.
Rob Ash, DeNarius McGhee and the rest of the Montana State Bobcats were visibly shaken by their loss to Eastern Washington 12 days ago. And for good reason.
BOZEMAN — Anticipation turned to dejection in a hurry Saturday at Bobcat Stadium.
DAVIS, Calif. -- Leave it to a defensive lineman’s pass interception to decide one of the wackier games in Montana State football history.
Montana State adopted an appropriate mantra for the 2012 season: “Take the next step.”
PARK CITY, Utah -- Six players from Montana State and two from Montana were named to the Big Sky Conference’s preseason all-conference team Sunday. The team was chosen by select media and sports information directors in the league.
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.
NOTE: This is the second installment of our series projecting the Top 10 players at each position for the 2012 Big Sky Conference football season.
Montana State coach Rob Ash says Saturday's quarterfinal playoff game at Sam Houston State is "a business trip with a mission to be accomplished."
BOZEMAN -- As fans jumped the railing and poured onto the Bobcat Stadium turf in celebration, Montana State had the look of an absolved football team.
Darius Jones of Montana State breaks up a pass for Montana's Greg Hardy during the third quarter of play on Saturday, Nov. 19, 2011 in Bozeman.