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Montana State announced Friday it won't compete in the Big Sky's spring football season. The Bobcats may still play a game or two.
Saluki Athletics announced on Friday that it will host season-ticket holders, students and player families for the 2021 spring football season at Saluki Stadium.
The Wildcats and the Pac-12 are moving forward with plans for a typical 56-game schedule, although the odds of pulling that off without incident are minute.