BOZEMAN – With no standouts at tight end for the Montana State Bobcats and with running the football as the offense’s focal point, the tight ends are likely to be a committee this season.
“You love the one guy that’s the universal tool, right, that can do everything?” said offensive coordinator Brian Armstrong. “That guy, we probably don’t have him right now. That being said, the guys we do have, one guy can do this real well, the other guy can do this real well, so we’re going to be personnel-driven at that position. That’s a challenge a little bit, but kind of a fun challenge if that makes sense. You can get creative with it.”
But that doesn’t completely take them out of the passing game. Tight ends like junior Connor Sullivan and Curtis Amos Jr. should see an uptick in their production.