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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After a loss during his redshirt season in 2016, Lewis Kidd recalled senior offensive lineman JP Flynn approaching him while out at dinner with his family.
FRISCO, Texas — On his way into the Bobcat Athletic Complex, Ryan Davis strolls by a statue of Sonny Holland. The former Montana State coach and player is a significant figure for the program to this day.
Highlight moments, nor the journey leading up to it, didn’t come to mind when Amandre Williams reflected on Montana State’s last game against North Dakota State.
A woman approached Ryan Davis after Montana State beat South Dakota State on Dec. 18 in the Football Championship Subdivision semifinals.
Montana State’s Daniel Hardy, Callahan O’Reilly and Sebastian Valdez had unimpeded paths to South Dakota State quarterback Chris Oladokun. But they didn’t go for a sack. They froze.
Through a sea of people occupying Bobcat Stadium’s field, Daniel Hardy sought out his mother.
The waning seconds suspended, fans eagerly awaiting to rush the field, an emotional Tommy Mellott sat and looked down. The quarterback had been through much more than a true freshman making his third career start ever should.
Daniel Hardy posed no problem to Lewis Kidd.
Montana State finished its best regular season since 2012, and it was rewarded with 13 all-Big Sky selections.