GRAND FORKS, N.D. â€” Chris Murray passed for 174 yards, rushed for 132 and accounted for four touchdowns, and Troy Anderson had 131 rushing yards and two TDs as Montana State beat North Dakota 49-21 in the teams' Big Sky Conference opener Saturday at Alerus Center.Murray threw short touchdown passes to tight end Wilson Brott and Jabarri Johnson in the first half, and found Kevin Kassis for a 44-yard TD in the second half as the Bobcats won for the first time this season.
GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Wilson Brott’s role at Montana State has been a bit of an enigma.Brott was a quarterback at Billings West High School in 2013, then came to MSU to play tight end the following fall. When Jeff Choate took over as coach after the 2015 season Brott was switched to offensive tackle, but was transitioned BACK to tight end this season.“I just have been super impressed with (Wilson) and his embracing this new role,” Choate said.
GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Mac Bignell doesn’t back down from a challenge, which is good considering Montana State’s Big Sky Conference opener against No. 17 North Dakota on Saturday figures to be a test of both physicality and mental toughness.During an interview this week, Bignell suggested it could be the Bobcats’ greatest physical confrontation of the season.“We’ve just got to come ready to take punches and give punches,” the senior linebacker said.
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