It sounds like Montana State Bobcat quarterback Dakota Prukop has pretty much made up his mind that he is leaving the university to play somewhere else next season. The only question that seems to remain is where?

This is what RollBamaRoll.com posted Sunday morning:

Dakota Prukop, who plans to transfer from Montana State after the fall semester, is on his way to Alabama for an official visit. Prukop confirmed to AL.com that he was on the way to the airport as of 8 p.m. Saturday for an overnight flight. He would be immediately eligible at his school of choice as a graduate transfer.

Prokup reportedly has already worked out for the University of Oregon, and has had contact with other schools. Hard to blame a guy for leaving if he has a chance to play for the National Championship.

If he does leave MSU, we wish Dakota well. We were fortunate to get to watch him the past two seasons. But even if he stayed, he has only one year left, so hopefully new Bobcat coach Jeff Choate is close to finding us the Bobcat quarterback of the future.