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.
The Billings chapter of the Bobcat Club is hosting its annual spring tour stop with Montana State coaches Tuesday night at The Red Door.
BOZEMAN -- Montana State announced its football captains at the conclusion of the Sonny Holland spring scrimmage Saturday at Bobcat Stadium.
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.
Montana State football coach Rob Ash will be the special guest at the monthly gathering of the Midland Roundtable on Thursday at noon at the Billings Hotel and Convention Center.
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?
Wilson Brott of Billings West and Koni Dole of Huntley Project have been invited to walk on to the Montana State football program.
BOZEMAN -- Montana State has hired Cody Kempt as wide receivers coach and Michael Pitre as running backs coach, the school announced Monday.
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.
BOZEMAN -- Montana State released its 2014 football schedule on Monday.
A football team looks different with each new season, but at Montana State in 2014 it's really going to look different. The losses of QB DeNarius McGhee, RB Cody Kirk, WR Tanner Bleskin and DE Brad Daly present a challenge to coach Rob Ash, his staff, and the players to mitigate those subtra…
This past summer, Montana State defensive end Brad Daly considered winning the Buck Buchanan Award as nothing more than a pipe dream.
Rob Ash rolled home from a 540-mile in-state recruiting jaunt on icy, snow-packed roads at about 2 a.m. Wednesday morning.
The Bobcats started the year ranked No. 2 in the nation and on a mission to live up to high expectations, make a deep playoff run and contend for a national title. And those were legit goals for a team that had won 30 games and made three playoff appearances the previous three seasons.
This is certain: The team the Grizzlies face in the second round of the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs will be a 10-game winner with a conference title under its belt.
BOZEMAN — Cat-Griz week is met with tons of emotion and plenty of hype. No matter the implications, a victory is huge for whichever team can get it.
Montana State must beat Montana for any chance to extend its season with a playoff berth. And even then it’s not a given.