Two days after posing for a picture in a Montana State uniform, Gresch Jensen decided to join a different group of Bobcats.
The former Montana Grizzlies’ quarterback announced his intention to transfer to Texas State on Twitter.
Excited for the future… Go Bobcats! 🏈 pic.twitter.com/VtHvEvblYV
— Gresch Jensen (@GreschJensen) December 11, 2018
Jensen, who completed 177 passes for 2,531 yards and 20 touchdowns in 10 games for the Griz, admitted it’s been a crazy six months since he left Montana after starting eight games as a freshman. He went to the junior college ranks and played well for Fullerton College. Several schools, including Montana State, offered him a spot.
But the Auburn, Washington native chose Texas State, where he has an obvious connection. Former Griz head coach Bob Stitt just became the Bobcats’ new offensive coordinator last week.