Bigelow's 23 points leads Bobcats.
MSU senior defensive end, junior kicker earn final Big Sky regular season awards.
MSU buckled down on both sides of the ball to earn a gritty victory over its fierce rival.
The Bobcats will have a bye, then play the winner of Villanova at Stony Brook.
BY COLTER NUANEZBobcat Beat
MISSOULA — In knockdown, drag out game highlighted by bruising physical play, it was Rory Perez’s left leg that proved to be the difference.
By COLTER NUANEZBobcat Beat
In a rivalry as fierce as the one between the Montana State Bobcats and the Montana Grizzlies, the cliché anything can happen is an absolute truth.
Montana State senior defensive end and captain hasn't taken his foot off the petal since arriving at MSU.
A Bobcat win would ensure a third straight Big Sky Conference title. A Grizzly win would give Montana its 28th straight winning season.
Saturday's showdown is more than a game. It's a defining day across all of Montana.
Montana is 174-23 at home since 1986, but the No. 2 Montana State Bobcats don't give one care about history. MSU marches into Washington-Grizzly Stadium ripe with confidence.