After Saturday night's sold-out Gold Rush game, to say that fans are excited for football to be back would be an understatement. It was a beautiful site to see. Perfect weather and almost 20 thousand Gold Shirts cheering on their beloved MSU Bobcats made for an electric environment.

It was the first home Bobcat football game in over 630 days and thousands of Bobcat faithful gathered together prior to the game to tailgate. Old friendships were renewed and the area around Bobcat Stadium was filled with smiles, food, drink, and one common goal.  A Bobcat win.

Coach Vigen and the Bobcats delivered big time, destroying the Drake Bulldogs 45 to 7.

While it's fun to celebrate a huge win, the fact is, this Saturday brings the University of San Diego to Bobcat Stadium. The Toreros bring an 0-2 record into Saturday's game here in Bozeman, having lost to both Cal Poly and UC Davis. However, they will be looking to redeem themselves.

Game time is 1 pm and another packed crowd is to be expected.

Before each home game this season, be sure to stop by the XL Country Tailgate area right on Kagy Blvd and get registered to win a 107 dollar gift card to Town Pump, plus tickets to the next Bobcat home game.

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Of course, if you can't make it to the game, XL Country is the Official Station for Bobcat Football and you can catch all the action on 100.7 XL Country, or on our XL Country App.

Plus, be listening to XL Country all week for your chance to win tickets to Saturday's game when you here the MSU Fight Song.

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