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Bobcat Fans Still Wear Blue and Gold After Winning

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Bobcat fans are still wearing blue and gold on Friday to show their love for Montana State University, after Thursday's win.

Game organizers say Thursday night's game was the biggest home football game they've had in years. Tickets were sold out by two o'clock, bringing in about 21,007 fans.

MSU Athletic Director, Peter Fields said he couldn't have asked for a better night.

"It was the first game we've ever had over 21,000," said Fields. "It was an unbelievable atmosphere. People were enjoying themselves and having so much fun."

The blue and gold spirit didn't end after the game. Staff and students continued to wear Bobcat colors in honor of College Colors day on Friday.

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