A year ago, MSU didn't have enough wide receivers. Now it seems like the Bobcats have more than enough.
With all the offensive stars watching from the sidelines, MSU worked in several less-known names.
MSU offense looks to be even more potent in 2015.
Editor’s Note: This is the fourth installment of a 10-part series outlining Montana State’s position groups as the 2014 season approaches. This installment will look at MSU’s wide receivers.
Men under center complete 29-of-32 passes for 335 yards and three touchdowns on Saturday.
Intriguing story lines abound as Bobcats continue spring drills.
Defense looks fast and physical, while Brekke, LaSane and Gates all trying to carve out a niche on Montana State.
Offense has a big day sparked by Bleskin's big block, but Gale might be finished.