We are almost a month away from Montana State athletics starting back up, and that means Bobcat fans are getting ready to show their support. 

After a stellar 2021-2022 year, Montana State Athletics has announced some massive news for the 2022-2023 athletic year. 

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Montana State Football starts in about a month and a half, and the home games are can't-miss events in the Bozeman area. Bobcat football is returning after last year’s participation in the National Championship game, and they’ve got an array of great home games this season. The season will see two night games: Gold Rush on Saturday, September 3rd, versus McNeese State, and Bobcats versus UC Davis on Saturday, October 1st. The game versus UC Davis will not only be played at night, but will be on national television via ESPNU or ESPN2

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Plus, the Brawl of the Wild is the last home game of the season. This will be a banner year of home games for Montana State football, and MSU's basketball season will be one to remember as well.

The women's basketball team recently released their non-conference schedule for the 2022-2023 season, and there are some incredible home games. The Bobcats will be visited by Pac-12 power Arizona State on Tuesday, November 15. I can’t remember the last time a team from a major conference came to Bozeman for a game. This will be a great way to see how the Bobcats fare against the top competition in the country, and if they’re headed toward the NCAA Tournament again this year.  

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Later in November, the Bobcats also face off against the 2022 Women's NIT winner, South Dakota State, on Wednesday, November 30th. With a season full of nail-biting competition, we’re excited to cheer on the Bobcats. 

For more details, check out MSU Athletics

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