Saturday's big game at Bobcat Stadium is going to look a little different.  While there will surely be lots of Bobcat Blue and Gold gear, you're going to see a whole lot of pink as well.

It's the 3rd annual Pack the Place in Pink game where all Bobcat fans are encouraged to wear pink to the game when Montana State hosts Idaho State this Saturday at 1 pm.

The Bobcats, coming off a hard-fought win on the road against Weber State look to continue their dominance at home against the Bengals in a Big Sky Conference showdown.

Pack the Place in Pink is a not-for-profit organization that helps breast cancer patients here in Montana. Founded in 2007 by MSU Alum Vicki Heebner Carle, Pack the Place in Pink has given out over 600 thousand dollars to breast cancer patients. Vicki played basketball for the Lady Bobcats back in the '80s and was inducted into the Bobcat Hall of Fame in 1996. She is also a two-time cancer survivor.

One of the things that set Pack the Place in Pink apart from some other non-profits is the organization is completely operated by volunteers, which means 95 cents of every dollar raised, goes directly to Montana breast cancer patients.

A limited-edition t-shirt and hoodie are available for this year's game.  You can purchase the your pink gear at all Universal Athletic locations or at universalahletic.com.

If you'd like more information on Pack the Place in Pink, check out their website packtheplaceinpink.org or click here.

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