2022 Season

2022 Schedule
12-3, 2nd in Big Sky
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NDSU cruises, wins 9th FCS crown in 11 seasons

North Dakota State, the standard for college football at the FCS level, improved to 14-1 on Saturday, defeating Montana State 38-10 to win the Bison's ninth national championship in the past 11 years.

Luepke's 3 first-half TDs lead NDSU to the title (1:12)
Tommy Mellott connects with Nate Stewart for a 64-yard TD (0:29)
Montana State strikes first with trick-play TD (0:24)
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M. McCaffrey reprimanded after clipboard hits fan

Northern Colorado reviewed statements and video in conjunction with the Big Sky Conference and Montana State and determined that offensive coordinator Max McCaffrey's clipboard toss showed a lack of judgment but no malicious intent or anger.

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Montana State HC Choate joins Texas as co-DC

Montana State head coach Jeff Choate has left the Bobcats to join Steve Sarkisian's staff at Texas as the Longhorns' new co-defensive coordinator and linebackers coach.

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Montana State LB Andersen likely to miss season

Montana State All-America linebacker Troy Andersen is expected to sit out the 2020 season due to lower extremity injuries and return to play his final season in 2021, coach Jeff Choate said Wednesday.


Watson, Lance put ND St back in FCS final, top Montana St

Christian Watson scored long touchdowns on back-to-back touches early in the second quarter and two-time defending FCS champion North Dakota State blitzed Montana State 42-14 in a semifinal on Saturday for its 36th straight victory.

Montana State's Kassis scores a 41-yd touchdown (0:26)
Craig throws a laser to Wilson for 6 (0:34)
Montana St. scores off the jump pass (0:22)
Kassis reels in Rovig TD pass (0:21)
Infanse scores from 60 yards out (0:28)
McCutcheon reels in one-handed catch for TD (0:35)

Jonsen, defense help Montana St. beat UC Davis 27-17

Travis Jonsen had 154 yards from scrimmage, including a 75-yard touchdown run in the second quarter, and the Montana State defense didn’t allow a first down over the last nearly-20 minutes as the Bobcats beat UC Davis 27-17 on Saturday.