By Caleb Rux
Bobcat and Grizzly fans alike gathered at Bobcat Stadium on Saturday, Nov. 18 to watch the state’s biggest game of the year, The Brawl of the Wild.
Player: Mac Bignell
Major: Business Marketing
Hometown: Hall, MT
Question: What or who first got you into football?
The annual Brawl of the Wild football game is coming, and the Cats will have the home-field advantage this Saturday, Nov.
The greatest rivalry in Big Sky Country meets once again. Saturday, Nov. 18 marks the 117th Brawl of the Wild game and remains one of the oldest rivalries in the history of college football.
The Bobcat football season has reached its waning moments with only the Cat/Griz game remaining after the Cats traveled to Flagstaff, Az on Nov.
The Bobcats took on non-conference opponent Kennesaw State last weekend at Bobcat Stadium. Neither team had met before, as this is only KSU’s third year with a football program.
The Bobcats took on conference opponent Idaho State at home this past weekend on Oct. 28. Both teams were victorious in their previous week of play and were hungry to pick up another win.
Player: Kevin Kassis
Position: Wide Receiver
Major: Business Finance
Hometown: Sacramento, CA
Q: Who/What first got you into football?
Bobcat football made an impressive comeback on Saturday, Oct. 21, when they took on the Northern Colorado Bears in Greeley, Colorado, winning 27-24 in a close matchup.
The Bobcats football team traveled to Cheney, Washington to take on nationally ranked opponent Eastern Washington. It was an offensive battle, between Bobcats’ dominant running game and the Eagles’ relentless passing game.
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It was an early start on Saturday, Oct. 7 as the Bobcats took on conference opponent Portland State during Parent’s Weekend.