Montana St. vs. Montana: Live Stream, Start Time, TV, How to watch Brawl of the Wild

It is the 121st Brawl of the Wild Rivalry Match Montana takes on Montana State in Bozeman. The game will not be broadcast on any conventional television network nationwide. Instead, the game will be streamed nationally on ESPN+.

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There’s big implications for the FCS playoffs as the No. 3 Bobcats host the No. 13 Grizzlies on a day when ESPN’s College GameDay braved the cold to travel to the Big Sky Conference matchup. Montana leads the all-time streak, 73–41–5. The Grizzlies won last year’s matchup in Missoula, 29-10. That means they are the current holders of the Great Divide Trophy, which weighs over 300 pounds.

How To Watch Montana vs. Montana State (Brawl of the Wild Game 2022)

What time does the game start? Will the game be televised? – Saturday’s game will kick off at 2 p.m. EST from Bobcat Stadium in Bozeman, Montana. The game will not be televised nationally. Instead, the national show will stream exclusively via ESPN+ on smart TVs and streaming apps.

Information about the live stream: ESPN+ – Fans can watch the game nationwide by subscribing to ESPN+, which is separate from all of ESPN’s other broadcast services. Plans start at $9.99 per month or $99.99 per year.

Previous team coverage via Associated Press

SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. (AP) — Marqui Johnson rushed for 218 yards and four touchdowns in the first half, and Montana State led Cal Poly 72-28 Saturday night to remain undefeated in the Big Sky Conference.

Montana State (9-1, 7-0), third in the FCS Coach Poll, kept pace with undefeated and second-ranked Sacramento State at the top of the conference standings. The Bobcats end their regular season at home against rival Montana next Saturday.

Johnson carried eight times, scoring on runs of 12, 71, and 36 nearly untouched at center for 78 yards as the Bobcats built a halftime lead of 51-14. Johnson ended up rushing for 242 yards on 13 carries. Ben Seymour recovered from a fumble forced by Sebastian Valdez and ran the ball 23 yards into the end zone for the Bobcats midway through the second quarter.

Spencer Brasch was 24 of 34 passes for 275 yards and threw two touchdown passes for Cal Poly (1-9, 0-7). Josh Cuevas scored both points and finished with 119 yards in reception.

Montana State put on 744 yards of offense and had its first 70-point game since 2014.

MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — Nick Ostmo ran for three touchdowns and Lucas Johnson passed for two, one for Ostmo and Montana led 63-7 against Eastern Washington on Saturday.

Ostmo had 11 carries for 146 yards and hit rushes for 80, 2, and 23 yards. Johnson opened the game with an 18-yard touchdown pass to Ostmo, also finding Keelan White for a 5-yard score. Johnson was 10 of 16 for 200 yards.

Freshman quarterback Daniel Britt threw for a touchdown and ran for another as the Grizzlies (7-3, 4-3 Big Sky Conference) edged their last two opponents 120-7 after losing three straight games.

Montana had 337 yards on the ground and 604 yards overall. The only punt for the Grizzlies came in the first quarter after leading 21-0 and before scoring three touchdowns in the second quarter for a 42-0 lead.

Eastern Washington (2-8, 1-6) punted nine times, went 3 of 16 for third place and finished for 310 yards. Backup Kekoa Visperas threw a touchdown pass to Blake Gobel for the Eagles in the third quarter.