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So much on the line as Cats and Griz meet for the 121st time


Last updated 11/18/2022 at 9:31am

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Montana State's Tommy Mellott runs away from the Montana defense during the 2021 Brawl of the Wild last November in Missoula. The scene shifts to Bozeman this Saturday where the Cats are looking at clinching at least a share of the Big Sky championship with a win over their arch rivals. The atmosphere will be electric as a record crowd is expected to be inside Bobcat Stadium after College Gameday airs for the first time in the rivalries history as well.

If you think last year was crazy, you might have seen nothing yet.

The 121st Brawl of the Wild kicks off at noon Saturday with what is expected to be a record crowd at Bobcat Stadium, and once again the stakes couldn't be higher between #3 Montana State (9-1) and No. 13 Montana (7-3).

Riding on Saturday's game are things like a conference championship for Montana State and possible top four seed and home field advantage in the playoffs. The playoffs are also on the line for Montana, which could not only qualify for the FCS field of 24 with a win, but jump all the way back up to a seed. Ru...

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