We're down to just a few days. It's a game that many Bobcat fans have been waiting their whole life for. The National Championship Game. It's been 37 years since the Bobcats have played for the National Championship and I can't think of a better opponent...
I appreciate passion and I love the fact that both fanbases are so passionate about their team. I love the fact that after the last year and a half, we get to do this again and this time for the 120th time, plus, a little friendly smack talk never hurt anyone.
I would absolutely love to see the Gameday crew in Missoula for the Brawl of the Wild, but not because "Missoula deserves it", because Montana State is having an amazing season and this could be the icing on the cake as far as the regular season goes.
This annual event, which raises hundreds of thousands of pounds of food for Montanans, is something that every Bobcat and Bozemanite can get behind. Not only does it result in food for those in need in our area, but it's the perfect way to kick off the Holiday Season AND stick it to the Griz.
I have a unique perspective in all of this, because I've lived in both cities. I've been to both stadiums and I've mingled and tailgated with both fan bases. I can tell you who is more passionate and to be honest, it's not even close.
Former NFL Coach Jeff Fisher says he is definitely interested in the Montana State University Bobcats head coaching position. We spoke with Fisher on Thursday's "Montana Talks" statewide radio show, in an exclusive interview with host Aaron Flint.