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Montana State's Lost Linebacker

Bobcats' Moore maintains low profile in demanding role

Football - Montana State First Session of Preseason Practice
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Montana State linebacker Cole Moore runs through a drill during the first session of pre-season football practice at Montana State University in Bozeman, Sunday, Aug. 4.

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NICK WOLCOTT/CHRONICLE MSU's Cole Moore and Na'a Moeakiola hit UC Davis' Alex Hines, forcing a fumble.


It’s media day and Montana State linebacker Cole Moore has two interviews.

He is scheduled to speak with one of the local newspaper reporters and a reporter from the local NBC affiliate. Moore is asked questions about his injured teammates; about his teammates expected to step into holes created by injuries; what factors will impact guys stepping in for those injured players and how is the defense — the defense he is an unquestioned leader of — responding to the rash of injuries faced during the offseason and fall camp.

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