Fall Camp

Montana State press conference: Second scrimmage of fall camp 2018

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Montana State ran nearly 100 plays over 77 minutes of action during the second and final fall camp scrimmage at Bobcat Stadium on Saturday evening. Following the action, head coach Jeff Choate, senior defensive end Tyrone Fa’anono and sophomore quarterback Troy Andersen addressed the media.

MONTANA STATE SCRIMMAGE STATS

RUSHING: Maleek Barkley 10-74-1, Troy Andersen 10-64-1, Isaiah Ifanse 5-26-0, Karl Tucker II 5-12-0, Shane Perry 5-25-0, Lane Sumner 4-23-0, Justin Cauley 3-5-0, Casey Bauman 2- -3-0, Tucker Rovig 3- -5-0, Coy Steel 2-16-0, Ruben Beltran 1- -6-0.

PASSING: Troy Andersen 10-16-1, 96, 0; Tucker Rovig 7-10-1, 63, 1 TD; Casey Bauman 7-11-0, 73, 0; Ruben Beltran 5-6-0, 31, 0; Kevin Kassis 0-1-0.

RECEIVING: Kevin Kassis 2-12-0, Isaiah Ifanse 1-23-0, Mekhi Metcalf 3-20-0, Maleek Barkley 2-22-0, Peyton Hanser 3-23-0, Karl Tucker II 1-4-0, Travis Jonsen 2-21-0, Coy Steel 3-18-0, Johnny D’Agostino 2-19-0, Logan Kleinhans 1-12-0, Willie Patterson 3-31-0, Lance McCutcheon 1-12-0, Connor Sullivan 1-18-1, Lane Sumner 1-3-0, Mark Estes 1-11-0, Koby Duru 1-5-0, Shane Perry 1-11-0.

DEFENSIVE SPECIAL STATS: Sacks – Byron Rollins (2), Marcus Ferriter, Tyrone Fa’anono, Zach Wright. Other Tackles-for-Loss – James Williams, Kyle Rygg; Fumble Recovery – Balue Chapman; Interceptions – Greg Filer III, Luke May.

SCORING PLAYS

Maleek Barkley 42 run (Tristan Bailey)

Tristan Bailey 22 FG

Troy Andersen 55 run (Tristan Bailey)

Connor Sullivan 18 pass from Rovig (Kevin Kassis)

Tristan Bailey 22 FG

Jacob Byrne 28 FG

About Brooks Nuanez

Brooks Nuanez, Director of Operations — Brooks is the co-founder, senior photographer and Director of Operations for Skyline Sports. He is a life-long athlete who enjoys the fierce nature of sports as much as he enjoys the sweet harmony of music. Brooks first gained an interest for photography at a young age, and grew that passion into a craft. Brooks has spent most of his life in Montana, instilling a love for the mountains and the wildlife. The University of Montana alum spent parts of three seasons as a safety for the Grizzly football team while earning a degree in business management, honing his passion for craft beer, people and his entrepreneurial spirit. In July of 2015, Brooks married his lifelong love, Kaila. The couple lives happily in Bozeman with their son Ellis.Brooks can be reached at Brooks.nuanez@gmail.com and followed on Twitter @Brooksnuanez and @SkylineSportsMT.

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