Two Big Montana Football Games To Be Broadcast on National TV
The college football season isn't too far away, and this news is something to keep on your radar.
We are about three months away from the Montana State football season starting, and people are excited. The schedule is out, and people are planning their Saturdays for every home game at Bobcat Stadium in Bozeman.
There will be some fun home games, such as the Gold Rush Game against Utah Tech on September 2nd, Cal Poly on October 14th, or Senior Day on November 11th against Eastern Washington.
Last season, Montana State's game against the University of Montana Grizzlies was featured on ESPN's College Gameday to massive acclaim. Viewers far and wide loved watching the passion that Bobcat fans had in subzero weather.
That's why ESPN is doubling down on college football in Montana
The Big Sky Conference Facebook posted that the Montana State Bobcats and the University of Montana Grizzlies will be featured in two prime-time games this upcoming season. Check out the announcement.
Credit: Big Sky Conference via Facebook
The University of Montana will head to Moscow, Idaho, to face off against the Vandals on October 14th on ESPN2. Then a week later, on October 21st, the Montana State Bobcats will have a night game against the Sacramento State Hornets.
The Bobcat game could be a game that determines who wins the Big Sky Conference title. The Bobcats and the Hornets tied for the title last season, and both have strong teams returning in 2023.
The Montana State Bobcats have high hopes for the 2023 season after making the FCS National Championship game in 2021 and the semifinals in 2022. It's going to be an exciting year for Montana State football, and we need to be ready every Saturday.
For more details, check out the Big Sky Conference.