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Cat/Griz Fans Show Support

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Whether you're a Cat or Grizzly fan, Saturday's buzz was all about the big game.

In living rooms, restaurants, and bars across the Big Sky, families were divided for a few hours to cheer on their favorite teams. In the end, the Grizzlies beat the Bobcats, 28 to 14.

Some fans say it's not about who wins, but how they show their support.

"It's been going on since birth, and we have a house divided. I love being with my family and friends, and who cares if you a Cat or a Griz Fan? It's just as long as we're all out here together," Griz fan, Angie Pollock said.

"It's a great feeling. Me and my husband both went to MSU, but our son is a total Griz fan. It's an awesome feeling to cheer on the team that we love," Cat fan, Jodi Wagner said.

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