Tickets to the most important game in the Montana Grizzlies schedule so far this season, that's Saturday's showdown with 12th ranked Eastern Washington, are still available.

Assistant Athletic Director for Marketing and Community Relations, Brynn Molloy said on Monday that a limited number of tickets are still available.

"We do have some tickets to sell," Molloy said. "Most are in the south end zone, but we've had lots of people calling in saying they heard the game was sold out and they want tickets, and you know what? Anyone who wants to get into this game, let us know. You can get tickets at the box office."

Molloy said the importance of this game has been amplified by the season ending injury on Saturday to the Grizzlies starting quarterback, Reese Phillips.

"If you're on Twitter, Reese put out a pretty touching Tweet yesterday about the support of Griz nation and how awesome this team is, so I think that's a rallying call to our fans to get out there and support the guys," she said. "It's Eastern Washington, one of out biggest rivals and it's the conference opener for both teams and I cant think of a bigger game, and it's also a night game with kickoff at 6:00 p.m. The tailgates will start at 4:00 p.m. and this is also the Team Up game with Providence St. Patrick Hospital to honor cancer survivors."

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