MSU Football Adapting With Virtual Sessions
Montana State football in 2019 had an incredible year. They beat the Griz for the fourth year in a row, made the playoffs for the second year in a row and made it all the way to the semifinals in the FCS playoffs.
With the current spread of COVID-19 and college classes going online, many students have left Bozeman to go home and with spring football being a time to prepare for the fall season, this is a challenge.
Justin Udy, the quarterbacks for MSU, has a big challenge ahead of him. With three quarterbacks, all with experience, has to be creative in training and evaluating his crew.
Udy is up to the challenge though. As soon as the kids are back from spring break he will be going through many things that they would be doing during spring sessions.
MSU looks to overcome these challenges and make sure the 2020 season will be another successful year for the Bobcats.
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