The Cats travel to Portland, Oregon to take on Portland State. While the game is sure to be a good one, the Head Coach of Portland State made headlines over the weekend when he offered to buy fans a beer if they came and watched his team.
Ismay, Montana at the time had a population of around 22 people. The Kansas City radio station reached out to the town and asked if they would consider changing the name of the town to Joe for the season as it was Montana's first with the Chiefs.
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
To say that the student athletes, students, alumni, and people of Bozeman and the surrounding areas are excited would be an understatement. We've waited for this for a long time, almost two years. To be able to get together and be united in one glorious voice as we cheer on our beloved Bobcats…
One of the oldest rivalries west of the Mississippi, Bobcat vs Griz, well it doesn't get much better than that. Throw in the fact that they've been doing it since 1897, that equals generations of fans getting together and cheering on their beloved teams.