• Cats, Griz to play modified spring football season

    Cats, Griz to play modified spring football season0

    MISSOULA — The football programs at the University of Montana and Montana State University announced jointly on Friday that neither team will participate in the Big Sky Conference’s spring championship season and will potentially play a modified non-conference spring schedule. The Grizzlies and Bobcats were set to participate in the league’s six-game spring season from

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  • Bobcats roll past Dawgs in exhibition game

    Bobcats roll past Dawgs in exhibition game0

    BOZEMAN — Jubrile Belo tossed in 19 points to lead four Montana State players in double figures Friday as the Bobcats beat Montana Western 96-67 at Worthington Arena. (Stats) The exhibition game was a late attrition to the schedule because both teams lost games over COVID-19 concerns. Amin Adamu added 17 points and 12 rebounds

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  • Butte’s Anna Trudnowski signs with Bobcat track

    Butte’s Anna Trudnowski signs with Bobcat track0

    By Bill Foley Anna Trudnowski just might be a silver lining of the pandemic for the Montana State University track team. The Butte High senior signed a National Letter of Intent to compete for the Bobcats Wednesday afternoon at Butte High’s Richardson Gym. The signing came on the first day of the NCAA’s initial signing

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  • Bobcat football team sets charity softball game

    Bobcat football team sets charity softball game0

    • MSU
    • September 9, 2020

    BOZEMAN — The Montana State football team may not have games scheduled for Bobcat Stadium this fall, but that doesn’t mean Bobcat fans won’t have the opportunity to watch the team compete. The Bobcats trade their helmets and shoulder pads for bats and balls on September 19, when the MSU offense squares off against the

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  • Frontier Conference latest to postpone football

    Frontier Conference latest to postpone football0

    WHITEFISH — The Frontier Conference is the latest to move its football season to the spring. The league announced the decision after the Frontier Conference Council of Presidents met via videoconference today. Frontier members Southern Oregon, Eastern Oregon and the College of Idaho previously announced their intentions to attempt a spring season because of the

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  • MSU assistant Frazier picked for summit

    MSU assistant Frazier picked for summit0

    • MSU
    • June 18, 2020

    BOZEMAN — The NFL and Black College Football Hall of Fame tabbed Montana State passing game coordinator and receivers coach Erik Frazier for its third Quarterback Coaching Summit, the organizations announced. The conference, held virtually June 22-23, offers NCAA and NFL assistant coaches the opportunity to exchange ideas on coaching concepts and philosophies while networking

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