Posted: Oct 5, 2013 10:32 PM by Keele Smith - KBZK News
BOZEMAN - Homecoming is one of the highlights of football season every year and the MSU homecoming parade always has some pre-game action.
On Main Street, Alpha Gamma Delta's dressed as Batman and Robin shouting "Go Cats!!," were part of this year's annual MSU Homecoming Parade on Saturday.
"We've been over here singing disney songs, like we're ready to go!"
And they are not the only one's dressing up for the occasion. Most fans were decked in the local blue and gold colors, but not everyone.
Junior Bozeman Ice Hawk, Chase Engdahl said, "It feels great to be wearing maroon in the middle of all these cats. We just want people to know the Ice Hawks are ready for the season."
Some MSU student clubs joined the parade to show fans what they're all about.
"It's a pretty unique skill. And like anything is possible with practice so we just kind of want to show that people can learn and yeah, it's definitely possible," the MSU Unicycling for Change club said.
The MSU Nordic Ski Team said, "We have really good access to a lot of trails and it's a way to stay fit and just enjoy the outdoors in a beautiful place like bozeman."
And amidst all the cheering, children were excited to see their favorite Bobcat - the MSU mascot - Champ.
Within that crowd was a lady cat, ready to take on Champ.
Lady Bobcat Hillary Wilson said, "I challenge you to a dance off. I've got a really mean robot."
Gallatin County Sheriff Brian Gootkin brought up the rear of the parade, handing out candy to kids and parents.
But it seemed no one needed the sugar to get excited for Game Day. All they needed was good company.
The Batman and Robin pair said, "It just brings everyone together and Bobcats stick together through everything."