406mtsports.com is reporting that MSU Head Football Coach Jeff Choate has not  decided who the starting quarterback will be for the Bobcats' Big Sky opener this weekend against Portland State.

Choate will have to make a choice between sophomore Troy Andersen and redshirt freshman Tucker Rovig.

Andersen started the first game, then he injured his left hand and Rovig has started the past two games.

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Rovig threw for over 300 yards against Wagner College and made the offense look efficient

Rovig is a quarterback that can make throws and Andersen, a running back, may not be able to pull off.

For Montana State to have a productive season offensively, they may need to consider keeping Rovig in at quarterback and moving Andersen back to running back.

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