Rob Ash stood on a sun-drenched patio outside of Brick Breeden Fieldhouse on Monday afternoon and delivered news that undoubtedly clouds the remainder of Montana State’s season.
Prolific senior quarterback DeNarius McGhee, a two-time Big Sky offensive MVP and three-time Walter Payton Award finalist, separated his throwing shoulder on the final play of Saturday’s loss to Southern Methodist in Dallas. While the head coach could not pinpoint an exact date for his standout signal caller’s return, deeming the situation “a very uncertain moving target right now,” Ash expects the Bobcats to be without McGhee for three to seven weeks.
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