The Bobcats’ upcoming “Pack the Place in Pink” game has personal meaning to coach Brent Vigen.
Hardy played one of the best games of his life, and he credited the many other contributors on the defensive line.
Montana State football coach Brent Vigen talks to reporters about the Bobcats' 13-7 win over Weber State on Friday, Oct. 15, 2021 in Ogden, Utah.
Recently activated Tyrel Thomas became one of many Bobcats to record a turnover this season.
Thomas intercepted a pass in his first game back from a knee injury that required surgery.
A homecoming weekend that included the Bobcat Athletic Complex's grand opening ended in satisfying fashion for Costello.
Montana State, Brent Vigen hopes, has maintained a high level of urgency for its past five games.
McKay played another interception-less game in Saturday's blowout of Cal Poly.
Tyrel Thomas and Tommy Mellott were two of several players to lead the Bobcats to Saturday's Big Sky win.
Montana State head coach Brent Vigen discusses his team's 45-7 homecoming win over Cal Poly on Saturday, Oct. 9, 2021 at the Bobcat Athletic C…
Two years after playing two sports, Grebe has bulked up and played an important role for the Bobcats.
Jaharie Martin snaps his fingers repeatedly, illustrating how rapidly he needs to process opposing defenses and fulfill his responsibilities in his new position.
The Beau Baldwin-led Mustangs no longer run the triple option.
Darting up the sideline, Lance McCutcheon swiftly turned around and hauled in a pass as he was pushed out of bounds.
The Bobcats improved to 4-1 overall and 2-0 in conference play with the dominant home win.
Montana State head football coach Brent Vigen discusses his team's 40-7 Big Sky win over Northern Colorado on Saturday, Oct. 2, 2021 at Bobcat…
The Bobcats will face a tough defense and will be without a starting cornerback and punt returner.
As Matthew McKay looked downfield, he thought he had a shot to throw deep to Lance McCutcheon along the right sideline.
The Bobcats will face an improved UNC team on Saturday, and they hope to have a key player back.
BOZEMAN — Simeon Woodard “got toasted bad,” as he described it, by multiple wide receivers on three vertical routes during his first fall football practice at Montana State on Aug. 6.
HILLSBORO, Oregon — With Montana State’s offense sputtering in the first half, a fan from the crowd shouted out, “Put Troy in.”
MSU's defensive backs and kicker had strong performances in the Big Sky opener.
A couple of MSU's key players will be back, while a couple of important backups will be out.