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Griz-Cat Game Viewing Held For Griz Fans In Missoula

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If you're not heading to Bozeman, you can watch the big game at Caras Park.

Town Pump and Townsquare Media are teaming up to bring the game to Missoula, with a Griz-Cat viewing party Saturday afternoon at Caras Park. The event features food vendors, couches, heated areas, and an HD satellite feed of the game on big screen TV's.

"It feels great, and I think the energy that everyone brings to these types of events really brings the crowd energy up a notch. You know, the UM Bookstore will be here giving away $10 every time the Grizzlies score," said Ersin Ozer with Townsquare Media.

Kickoff is at 12:05 p.m., but a tailgate and pre-game starts at 11 a.m.

The event is free with a suggested donation of one to two non-perishable canned goods for the Missoula Food Bank, which will be on site collecting food donations for the 'Can the Cats.'

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