BOZEMAN, Montana — The last two weeks, Jeff Choate has been asked by the Bozeman Chronicle to describe his unbalanced yet explosive, productive offense.
Leading up to his Montana State team’s 35-point explosion to rally from a 31-14 third quarter deficit to post a 49-31 win, Choate said the thing that made him most happy was “watching defensive linemen on their backs with our offensive linemen laying on top of them.
Last week, Montana State threw for 163 yards and rank 63 total offensive plays yet still scored 34 points in a six-point overtime win over Cal Poly. This week, questions about MSU’s quarterback situation and overall offensive execution rose again.
Montana State is throwing for 164 yards per game in 2019. But the Bobcats are averaging nearly 430 yards of total offense per outing thanks to a rushing attack pounding out a Big Sky Conference-best 265 yards per game.
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