MSU quarterback somersaults into the end zone (Andy Curtis/MTN Sports)

BOZEMAN – The Teddy Awards are a look back at the best Sports Achievements of the last week.

Let’s start with Manhattan shooter, Ivan Roe, who has the best score in the country this season. 594 out of a possible 600.

A Teddy Award goes to this MSU basketball fan for having the most interesting hair of the new season, and one to MSU freshman, Harold Frey. Sensational drive to help beat Rocky Mountain, 93-76. Quinton Everett gets a Teddy for this great drive against James Madison, while Devonte Klines gets one for this hustling offensive rebound to help the Bobcats win their third straight, 80-73.

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MSU freshman, Madeline Smith gets a Teddy for coming off the bench and leading the Bobcats over Great Falls by scoring 12 points.

Billings Senior gets a Teddy for their unbeaten season, winning the class double A State Championship, but quarterback, Nathan Dick and center, Connor Black, get a special Teddy for helping out at the Pediatric Therapy Clinic every week.

Dillon quarterback, Troy Anderson, gets his weekly Teddy Award for this pick six interception that turned the game around against Columbia Falls.
Ennis running back, Jake Knack gets a Teddy for his two touchdown performance against Charlo, and the entire team gets a Teddy for their unbeaten State Championship season.

The Montana State defense gets a Teddy defense gets a Teddy for this fourth down, goal line stop against Montana. Freshman linebacker, Josh Hill gets a Teddy for this interception that helped him win Big Sky Defensive Player of the Week. But our Teddy award of the week goes to 18 year old freshman quarterback, Chris Murray for his 142 yard, two touchdown rushing performance that ignited the upset win over Montana.