Montana State

Montana State roster update – No. 0 through No. 50

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If 2020 went as planned, Montana State would be opening up Big Sky Conference play this weekend at Bobcat Stadium against Portland State.

Instead, the Bobcats and the rest of the Big Sky stand pat, practicing lightly and waiting to hear what a spring season might look like. According to sources and multiple reports, the league is expected to release an eight-game, nine-week schedule in early October.

This week would normally serve as a time when fifth-year head coach Jeff Choate was locking in his two-deep to prepare for a run at the program’s first conference championship since 2012. MSU was supposed to have 20 seniors on its roster this season. With the blanket waiver passed by the NCAA that states that any games played this fall or next spring would not count toward eligibility, MSU is slated to have 44 seniors in the fall of 2021.

Montana State’s roster remains in transition, a reality in today’s college football world. When comparing the 2019 and 2020 roster, the following players are no longer on the roster:

If 2020 went as planned, Montana State would be opening up
Big Sky Conference play this weekend at Bobcat Stadium against Portland State.

Instead, the Bobcats and the rest of the Big Sky stand pat, practicing lightly and waiting to hear what a spring season might look like. According to sources and multiple reports, the league is expected to release an eight-game, nine-week schedule in early October.

This week would normally serve as a time when fifth-year head coach Jeff Choate was locking in his two-deep to prepare for a run at the program’s first conference championship since 2012. MSU was supposed to have 20 seniors on its roster this season. With the blanket waiver passed by the NCAA that states that any games played this fall or next spring would not count toward eligibility, MSU is slated to have 44 seniors in the fall of 2021.

Montana State's roster remains in transition, a reality in today's college football world. When comparing the 2019 and 2020 roster, the following players are no longer on the roster:

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About Colter Nuanez

Colter Nuanez is the co-founder and senior writer for Skyline Sports. After spending six years in the newspaper industry with stops at the Missoulian, the Ellensburg Daily Record and the Bozeman Daily Chronicle, the former Washington Newspaper Association Sportswriter of the Year and University of Montana Journalism School graduate ('09) has cultivated a deep passion for sports journalism during his 13-year career covering the Big Sky Conference. In August of 2014, Colter and brother Brooks merged their passions of writing and art to found Skyline Sports.

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