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The Montana State Bobcats have finished two weeks of spring football and after some time on the field, the Ct as are finding some answers to previous questions.

The weather is past week in Bozeman was not ideal for football. Bobcat stadium saw a lot of snow and rain. As MSU tries to assess scheme and personnel, the players can agree on one thing.

Deonte Flowers, Cats junior cornerback "We saw that today especially when we scrimmaged a physical defense one thing that I can say about the defense is one word relentless everybody getting to the ball all 11 hats."

Quinn Catalano, Cats senior right tackle "I think we're coming out and playing really physical I think we're coming off the ball hitting each other and I think we're bonding as a team and as brothers and as a family."

All eyes are focused on the quarterback battle. Coach Ash notes that all of them do one thing really well.

Rob Ash, Cats Head Coach, "each guy has had their moments and they've thrown the ball well again the practices have been poor the past two practices so that's been difficult to asses I like the way all three of them are running the quarterback run game part of our offense I think that can be a weapon we can really use."

"Some of the young guys Nick Lasanse Jashawn Gates some of the young secondary guys linebackers especially in our live periods when we can really see who can finish plays."

With nine more practices to go, there's still things to work on.

"Ball security on offense and we're really sloppy with the ball we're putting it on the ground a little bit we had a couple of interceptions today and that's uh and that's probably my main concern."

"I think we have a lot of ground to make up from last year we just have a lot of determination to be the best we can be get this offense going find a quarterback and have the O Line run over some people."

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