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.
BOZEMAN, Mont. – No puff of white smoke wafted from Bobcat Stadium on Saturday, but in the hours after Montana State’s final full football scrimmage of fall camp the fire was ready for stoking.
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 – 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.
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.
BUTTE -- A great night for football became an exercise in momentum madness.
The high school all-star circuit comes to a lull now that the Badlands Bowl is behind us. The East-West Shrine Game is still about a month away, so camps and summer tournaments will take center stage over the coming weeks.
MILES CITY — Butte High coach Arie Grey didn’t have much time — five days precisely — to install his up-tempo, spread-’em-out offense for the 20th annual Knights of Columbus Badlands Bowl.
MILES CITY — Arie Grey wasn’t allowed to bring his quarterback to the Knights of Columbus Badlands Bowl.
The Badlands Bowl has for years been an all-star showcase for Montana and Montana State football recruits, as well as players on their way to suit up at North Dakota and North Dakota State.
I’m a firm believer in the whole “you can’t know where you’re going until you know where you’ve been” saying, so I find it quite helpful to look back at results from last season to prepare for this season – in any sport.
As the 2012-13 basketball season gets ready to tip off in earnest this weekend, it’s time for me to select my preseason all-state teams.
As a coach, Dave Costin says his goal is to improve every season – to have more success than the year before.