Jordan Reed was interested in Wyoming when Brent Vigen was offensive coordinator. That changed with Vigen's arrival in Bozeman.
After nearly a decade away from Montana State, Katie Bussey always felt her return was inevitable.
Duncan Hamilton has long known the time he needed: 8 minutes, 32 seconds.
The trio's declarations on social media of their intent to return to Montana State for a final year all came on June 7 and with the same message of “Run it back.”
Arkansas will be coming to Bozeman, and the Bobcats will compete at Boise State and Washington as well.
The freshman season Three Forks native Tayla Moeykens has put together should not be viewed as having come from nowhere.
As far as team roping partners go, it’s tough to do better than one’s own brother.
Caleb Berquist and Levi Delamarter grew up separated by about 350 miles in their home state of Washington.
After graduating from MSU in 2012, Bussey played professionally in The Netherlands, Sweden and Germany. She currently serves as player/coach at Triple Threat Basketball Academy in Haarlem, Netherlands.
The Montana State men’s basketball team will return three upperclassmen for the 2021-22 season as head coach Danny Sprinkle announced that Amin Adamu, Xavier Bishop and Abdul Mohamed will be utilizing an extra year of eligibility.
The continuity of Montana State’s offensive line took a hit this week.
The sadness, the anxiety, the relief. Lewis Kidd feels all of it is a reflection of a harsh reality.
Corbett and Hamilton, both Bozeman High graduates, know they’ll have to be at their best if they hope to meet the lofty goals they’ve set for themselves.
The three players are from Montana, Wyoming and Alaska.
Former Montana State standout and Big Sky Conference Most Valuable Player Peyton Ferris, who has served as an assistant to head coach Tricia Binford since Feb. 4, has been promoted to director of basketball operations with the MSU women’s basketball program beginning June 1.
Isolated and with no promise when he would compete again, Drake Schneider’s drive remained.
With another move mere days away, Blake Hehl knows how to pack up efficiently. Since graduating from high school, he will have attended four colleges in as many years.
As a multi-event competitor, Caleb Neth must refocus rapidly as he moves on from one event to another. It's a skillset he applies to his life off the track as well.
The Manhattan native didn’t initially plan this path, but he’s making the most of the extra year of eligibility granted by the NCAA because of the pandemic.
Cam Gardner has loved football since he was a child. He embraces the work required to enjoy the exhilaration of a game-day atmosphere.
One is from Alaska and the other from Arizona.
Battle will arrive at MSU with three years of eligibility — an extra year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The NCAA recently adopted its one-time transfer rule that will allow all players to change schools once without losing a year of eligibility, making it easier for programs to lose and add talent.
Both MSU coaches acknowledged they will have to adapt to the new rule. However they feel about it, for better or for worse, they will have to learn to use it, benefit from it and overcome it..
It serves as an indication of what new Bobcats head coach Brent Vigen thinks of his players only a couple of months after he took the job, but he’s been adamant the pecking order could change as the offseason continues.