With the Bobcats adding twenty-nine high school athletes, junior college and FBS transfers, many of whom play defense, the recruiting class of 2015 offers great potential on both sides of the ball.
Following a season of record-setting offense and defense that finished near the bottom of the national ranks, the theme of the 2015 Bobcat Recruiting Class was simple: retool on offense and rebuild the defense.
Benjamin Franklin once said, “A penny saved is a penny earned.” What does this have to do with my article? Absolutely nothing.
The 2014 Montana State Football season was a strange exercise in the new and old. From one standpoint, the season had a completely different feel as new playmakers made significant contributions on offense.
I remember it as if it were yesterday. Freshman year in high school, our basketball team stopped for a snack at the Town Pump in Shelby, Montana.
What happened to the student section? The upper three sections of the student section during the second half of the Portland State game were as empty as the seats at an 8 a.m.
Bye week is a strange week. Well, unless you’re normal, then it’s just like any other week. But for someone like me it can be a depressing time.