#The Montana State Bobcats

Win Tickets to the Next MSU Bobcat Football Home Game

Are you a diehard Bobcat football fan? Want to be in the stands at Bobcat Stadium cheering on the Bobcats at their next home game? Here's your chance!. The Montana State Bobcat football team is off to a running start, and currently holds a record of 2-1. After a tough loss on the road to Wyoming in the season opener, the Bobcats have looked incredible on both sides of the ball ever since.
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Montana state wins big at home over San Diego

MISSOULA, Mont. — The Montana State Bobcats improved to 2-1 on the season after throttling the University of San Diego 52-10 on Saturday at Bobcat Stadium. Quarterback Matt McKay found his tight end Derryk Snell for an eight-yard touchdown pass to get the Cats going early with 12:41 left in the 1st quarter.
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Live coverage: No. 13 Montana State Bobcats host San Diego

Live coverage as the Montana State Bobcats host San Diego Sept. 18, 2021 from Bobcat Stadium. PREGAME: The 13th-ranked Bobcats enter their final nonconference game of the season with a 1-1 record. San Diego (0-2) is on the road for the first time this season and will face its third straight Big Sky Conference opponent. The Toreros lost to Cal Poly 28-17 in their season opener and to No. 14 UC Davis 53-7 last week. MSU is a 31 1/2-point favorite to win Saturday's game after beating Drake 45-7 a week ago in the Gold Rush game.
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Griz Mascot Starts TikTok War With Bobcats

The Brawl of the Wild rivalry in Montana is year round and never ending, and we all love it. The Montana State Bobcats and the University of Montana Grizzlies have a pretty healthy rivalry. Whether the competition is through sports, fundraising for their local food bank, or other avenues but the best rivalry might be between the two universities mascots.
Lewistown News-Argus

Oakley Ray Woody

Oakley R. (Ray) Woody, 78, of Lewistown passed away Sunday afternoon, Sept. 12, 2021 in Billings Clinic Hospital of COVID-19 pneumonia. He was born in December 1942 in Lewistown, Montana, the first child of Oakley A. and Anna Fern (Cripps) Woody. He attended school in Lewistown, graduating from Fergus High School in 1961. He spent most of his summers working on his Uncle Edgar’s ranch near Fort McGinnis, alongside his cousins Bill and Kenny Cripps. After high school, Ray worked for Boeing before attending college at Montana State University in Bozeman, graduating with a degree in mechanical engineering technology. He married his first wife and the mother of his children, Amy Allen, in February 1970 in West Yellowstone. They lived and worked in Bozeman, Condon and Brady, Montana, while he worked on the Hungry Horse Dam.

Florence's Ethan Abbott commits to Montana State football

MISSOULA — The Montana State Bobcats picked up their first win of the 2021 season on Saturday night during their annual Gold Rush game. On Sunday, the Bobcats added another victory with this one coming in the in-state recruiting battle. Florence-Carlton's Ethan Abbott, a two-way lineman, announced his commitment to...

Drake vs Montana State Football Live Stream: Watch Online

The Drake Bulldogs (1-0) pounded WV Wesleyan 45-3 last week for a hot start to their 2021 college football season. Week 2’s match-up against the Montana State Bobcats (0-1) will prove tougher to win. Montana State and Drake will get their game underway at 8 pm ET / 5 pm...