Montana State quarterback Chris Murray leads the Big Sky with 105.2 rushing yards per game. After showing flashes of improved throwing ability early on, he’s completed 20 passes in the past three games. Wide receiver Mitch Herbert leads the Bobcats with 22 receptions and is second on the team with 222 yards. He hasn’t scored since Sept. 9 against South Dakota State, however. Northern Colorado backup quarterback Conor Regan will be called upon to replace injured starter Jacob Knipp.
For the second time in three weeks, Montana State doesn’t have much film to watch on the opposing quarterback. Bears starter Jacob Knipp is out indefinitely after sustaining a shoulder injury two weeks ago against North Dakota. Regan subbed in and completed 8 of 19 passes for 115 yards with a touchdown and an interception. With a bye in between, Regan’s had an extra week to gear up for the Bobcats as he slides into Knipp’s role. “Knipp I thought was a tremendous player.
“I’m like, ‘Let’s go. Let’s roll,’ because it’s hard,” Gregorak said. “You get to those third and 1, third and 1 to 2, third and shorts, fourth and shorts, I think advantage offense. I’d like to not think that, but it sure has been the case with us.”The Bobcats have converted on 11 of 15 fourth downs and rank second in the Big Sky in both percentage and attempts. A combination of a poor kicking game, weather conditions and opponents with powerful offenses have factored into Choate’s decisions.
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