When he arrived at Montana State, Justin Udy expected to be calling plays and leading a Division I offense. Little went to plan.
Udy became the Bobcats’ offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach following the 2019 season, just before the onset of the coronavirus pandemic. MSU hasn’t played since then, meaning Udy has been a coach with the program for more than a year without having experienced a game yet.
When Brent Vigen was hired as the Bobcats head coach, he wanted to select his own offensive coordinator. This left Udy in limbo.