SDSU preparing for unique challenge Andersen adds to Bobcat offense


BOZEMAN — John Stiegelmeier had to do a double take when first analyzing the film from Montana State’s season-opening win over Western Illinois.

Just like last season, MSU’s quarterback was still the central weapon, running down the field and providing most of the production for the Bobcat offense. But the player lining up behind the center for Montana State looked nothing like slippery, electric former starter Chris Murray, a dual-threat who piled up nearly 420 yards of total offense in MSU’s narrow 31-27 loss to Stiegelmeier’s South Dakota State Jackrabbits in Bozeman last September.

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