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Montana St. Bobcats

 The Montana State Bobcats football program competes in the Big Sky Conference of the NCAA's Division I Football Championship Subdivision for Montana State University. The program began in 1897 and has won three national championships (1956, 1976, and 1984). It is the only college football program in the nation to win national championships on three different levels of competition, NAIA, NCAA Division II, and NCAA Division I-AA (now FCS). The Bobcats have played in 981 games and their all-time record stands at 482–469–32.

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Past Game

Schedules

Past 10 meetings

W 60% L 40%
6 4
  • Jackrabbits @ Bobcats 70-77 W
  • Phoenix @ Bobcats 98-72 L
  • Cougars @ Bobcats 46-82 W
  • Bobcats @ Antelopes 56-69 L
  • Golden Eagles @ Bobcats 39-52 W
  • Bobcats @ Spartans 67-66 W
  • Bobcats @ Mountaineers 59-56 W
  • Rams @ Bobcats 60-93 W
  • Bobcats @ Aggies 73-81 L
  • Bobcats @ Eagles 84-90 L

Next meetings

  • @North Dakota State(12-16-15) 64 - 73
  • @CSU Bakersfield(01-18-10) 61 - 71
  • Sacramento State(01-05-19) 70 - 84
  • Northern Arizona(03-02-19) 73 - 84
  • @Northern Colorado(02-04-19) 69 - 66
  • @Southern Utah(12-29-18) 92 - 62
  • @Idaho(01-10-19) 77 - 67
  • Portland St.(01-03-19) 88 - 98
  • Eastern Washington(02-07-19) 66 - 74
  • @Weber St.(02-16-19) 82 - 94
  • @Idaho State(02-14-19) 84 - 76
  • @Montana(02-23-19) 83 - 89

Offense 2019-2020

Season Stats Rank
POINTS 631 119
FG% 0.470 293
3PFG% 0.365 280
FT% 0.713 216
RO 53 331

Defense 2019-2020

Season Stats Rank
POINTS AGAINST 585 241
FG% AG. 0.386 305
3PFG% AG. 0.271 334
FT% AG. 0.707 135
RD 244 110

Player Roster

Stadium

Max Worthington Arena
Bozeman, Montana, USA.
Capacity: 6,378