It might be hard to think about right now, especially with the temps flirting with triple digits, but soon fall will be here and that means College Football!

The Big Sky Conference held their Football Media Day on Monday and the MSU Bobcats start practicing next week.

The Bobcats haven't played in an actual game since 2019, and Coach Brent Vigen says the team's excited and hungry, but cautions that there are a lot of unknowns going into the new season. This is Coach Vigen's first season with the Bobcats after spending many years as an assistant with North Dakota State and Wyoming.

Vigen also added that the team has been working hard over the summer on strength and conditioning and seem to be coming together as a Unit. Still, there is the unknown and the next couple of weeks will go a long way in determining the chemistry of the team.

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The Bobcat's 2021 season kicks off on the road against Wyoming, September 4th, and returning to Bozeman to take on Drake, Saturday, September 11th in the Home Opener. Other Home games this year include San Diego, Northern Colorado, Cal Poly, Idaho State, and Idaho.

Single Game Ticket sales start on August the 2nd.

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Oh, and just in case the Bobcats were looking for a little extra motivation prior to the kickoff of the new season, they were picked to finish 4th in the conference, while the Griz were picked to finish 2nd.

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