As a play-caller and schemer, Tim Cramsey was handcuffed during his first season as Montana State’s offensive coordinator.
Montana State must beat Montana for any chance to extend its season with a playoff berth. And even then it’s not a given.
Montana State has spent a staggering 29 consecutive weeks ranked in the Top 10 of the FCS poll. With 30 victories combined in the past three seasons, the Bobcats have built a juggernaut.
Everyone knows by now that both the Grizzlies and Bobcats are charting new courses on offense heading into the 2013 season. Montana hired in-house when Timm Rosenbach left, promoting assistants Kefense Hynson and Scott Gragg to co-offensive coordinators. At Montana State, Tim Cramsey was hir…
BOZEMAN -- Montana State will hold its annual Sonny Holland spring football scrimmage Saturday at Bobcat Stadium.
BOZEMAN -- Montana State football coach Rob Ash has named Tim Cramsey as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.
Tim Cramsey left New Hampshire after the 2011 season to take the offensive coordinator job at Florida International. But he only lasted one season there, as coach Mario Cristobal and his staff were unceremoniously fired after the 2012 campaign.
Montana State offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Kevin McGiven has been hired to fill the same roles at Utah State. New Aggies head coach Matt Wells announced the hiring Friday.
The announcement finally came Friday: Montana State offensive coordinator Kevin McGiven is leaving to take the O-coordinator job at Utah State under new coach Matt Wells. It makes sense: McGiven was the Aggies' QB coach in 2009, and has experience coaching offense in the FBS.
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.
Through and through, Montana State employed a heavy run-first philosophy on offense last season. And the proof was in the numbers.
After last week's 41-16 drubbing of Northern Colorado, Montana State remains on an offensive roll. It was noted by MSU's sports information office today that the Bobcats have scored 30 or more points in first the four games of a season for the first time since 1956.
Zach Bauman blew through a gaping hole on the right side of Montana’s defensive line and sprinted down the sideline for a 75-yard touchdown on the opening play Saturday afternoon.
Montana State and Northern Colorado have played some pretty good games in each of the past four seasons. The Bobcats won them all, but the average score in that span was relatively close: MSU 28, UNC 18.
After he rumbled, hurdled and darted his way to an 87-yard touchdown catch late in Montana’s non-conference showdown Saturday at Appalachian State, Dan Moore was mobbed by his teammates in celebration.
BOZEMAN — DeNarius McGhee is usually much more critical of himself than he was Thursday night.
Montana State adopted an appropriate mantra for the 2012 season: “Take the next step.”
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 — Elvis left the building, and there will be no encore.
NOTE: This is the eighth installment of our series projecting the Top 10 players at each position for the 2012 Big Sky Conference football season.