SACRAMENTO, Calif. – For three and a half quarters, it was a struggle as Montana State shook off the rust from an 11-day hiatus. In the end, a 12-0 run midway through the final frame lifted the Bobcats to a 61-57 Big Sky Conference win over Sacramento State on Wednesday night in The Nest.
The Bobcats, who lost to the previously-winless Vandals on Friday, snapped a five-game losing streak with a 71-61 victory.
A bill winding its way through the state Legislature that would allow beer and wine to be sold to the general public at college athletics events across Montana is inching closer to becoming law.
Montana State’s game against Idaho on Thursday will not be played as scheduled.
The Bobcats won a thriller over the top team in the Big Sky Conference.
Last week, new Montana State head coach Brent Vigen signed a four-year contract, which was obtained by the Chronicle on Thursday morning, that includes a $210,437 base salary.
The Bobcats couldn’t slow down Eastern Washington’s electric offense and now MSU’s losing streak sits at three games.
When North Dakota State played at Montana State over 10 years ago, Brent Vigen felt the Bobcats were in a position to thrive. He could also envision his family living in Bozeman.
The trio of Belo, Bishop and Adamu all joined the team the same offseason. Less than two years later, they’re MSU’s most relied on players.
For another consecutive game, the Bobcats put together a well-rounded performance to win decisively.
Under Phase 1B, vaccines are available for Native American and other people of color in Montana, who are at almost double the risk of dying of COVID-19 than white people.
Playing just how they wanted, the Bobcats thwarted Montana 70-46 for their fifth straight win in the series and 10th in 12th meetings.
From his first Big Sky win to four straight knockouts of Montana, Jeff Choate provided many memorable moments in his tenure at Montana State.
The Montana State defensive coordinator will become Boise State’s co-defensive coordinator and safeties coach, BSU announced on Monday.
Jeff Choate, who coached Montana State's football team from 2016 to 2020, is leaving to be co-defensive coordinator at Texas.
Smiling and laughing on their way to the locker room, Montana State’s players were relaxed at halftime.
Often focused and unwavering, Jeff Choate became visibly emotional as he reflected on what he was leaving behind.
MSU is on a six-game win streak for the first time since 2003-04. The Bobcats’ 5-0 start to conference play is their first since 2004-05.
In his first year at MSU, Abdul Mohamed is averaging 5.7 points and 5.6 rebounds. And he's given the Bobcats a defensive boost.
Montana State was about 25 points per game better against Portland State than Northern Colorado.
It wasn't pretty, but the Bobcats still managed to move to 4-0 in the Big Sky Conference.
The Bobcats were within range in the final three minutes but couldn't get over the hump against Portland State.
Montana State announced Friday it won't compete in the Big Sky's spring football season. The Bobcats might still play a game or two.
The Bobcats are now on a four-game win streak with three consecutive wins coming by closing out the game strong in the final, decisive moments.