The 2016 Senior Broncs were one of the most dominant football teams in Montana history. Led by Nate Dick in his senior season, the Broncs finished 13-0, to claim their first title in 37 years. Now that Dick and 21 other talented seniors have departed, however, the Broncs are now in need of a new signal caller. The candidates are last year's starting runningback, now converted into a quarterback, in senior Nolan Askelson, senior transfer from Shepherd Cade Torgerson, as well as junior Matt Plasterer, who served as Dick's back up in 2016. It's an odd combination for a quarterback battle, and head coach Chris Murdock isn't exactly in a rush to name his starter for the Broncs opener at Glacier on August 25, but it is an intriguing group for him to choose from.