BOZEMAN — This was the Dakota Prukop the Bobcats are counting on — the one that transformed his game so considerably from last season that the coaches had no choice but to name him the starting quarterback.
BOZEMAN -- Dakota Prukop looks you in the eye when he speaks. Maybe that’s the way he’ll play quarterback: Confident, concise and without hesitation.
A juggernaut has sent a clear message to the Big Sky Conference. Eastern Washington is picking up right where it left off.
Three entered, one emerged: Dakota Prukop was anointed the starting quarterback at Montana State on Monday.
Montana State running back Shawn Johnson is looking forward to his opportunity to be the Bobcats' top option out of the backfield.
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.
Montana State quarterback Jake Bleskin and coach Rob Ash talk about the competition between Bleskin, Dakota Prukop and Quinn McQueary for the team's starting QB.
BOZEMAN – Familiarity bred contentment for Rob Ash after Montana State’s second fall practice.
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 -- The Montana State football team will suit up for its final spring scrimmage Saturday with the Sonny Holland Classic at Bobcat Stadium.
The Montana State football team is in Great Falls for its annual Triangle Classic spring scrimmage, and all eyes are on the quarterbacks.
BOZEMAN -- The Montana State Bobcats football team continued to improve on Saturday at Bobcat Stadium.
It's not the only spring position battle at Montana State, but it's the most important one. And the question will be asked from now until fall camp: Who will be the Bobcats' next starting quarterback?
Rob Ash rolled home from a 540-mile in-state recruiting jaunt on icy, snow-packed roads at about 2 a.m. Wednesday morning.
It’s not enough to worry about star running back Zach Bauman. Northern Arizona proved last week they have a legit quarterback to boot.
In 1984, tight end Joe Bignell had a monster year, hauling in 88 passes for 1,149 yards while helping Montana State catch lightning in a bottle and win a national championship.
Rob Ash knows it. The offense knows it. The defense knows it. Everybody knows it. Injuries aren't all that's plaguing Montana State right now. The Bobcats haven’t been good enough on third down this season, and it’s helped lead to what Ash described as a disappointed 2-2 start to the 2013 season.
Following a runaway victory over a feeble Division II opponent, the Grizzlies turn their attention to a more familiar, more irritating adversary this week.
NACOGDOCHES, Texas — Gus Johnson rushed for 157 yards and three touchdowns, and Brady Attaway threw for 392 yards as Stephen F. Austin knocked off No. 3 Montana State 52-38 at Homer Bryce Stadium.
Bobcats coach Rob Ash says injured quarterback DeNarius McGhee “is working as hard as any human being can work” to return to the field after separating his throwing shoulder Sept. 7 at SMU.