Daniel Hardy points to the sky after every sack. Fellow Montana State senior Taylor Tuiasosopo makes the same gesture throughout the course of a game day: during the Bobcat Prowl, during the runout, after big plays, after big wins.
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Montana State players felt a range of mostly negative emotions at halftime of their home game against Idaho on Nov. 13. Few had more to process than Rush Reimer.
Brent Vigen said Montana State will avoid revolving conversations and game plans around anything more than its next opponent.
It took until the first play of the final quarter, but Montana State finally created some meaningful distance from Idaho State.
Last fall, Taylor Tuiasosopo told his father he wanted to quit football.
If Montana State were to play after its spring practices, it’s identified who would start at every position.