BISON MEDIA BLOG Bison Video Blog: FCS Playoff Preview
Join The Forum's Jeff Kolpack and WDAY sports director Dom Izzo for the latest Bison Video Blog. NDSU hosts the Furman University Paladins as they make their bid for a third FCS national title.
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EH? PLUS Trotter hits schools
Former Harlem Globetrotter Seth Franco will perform at the Moose Lake High School gym on Tuesday.
Franco will share a message of inspiration and bouncing back from hardship at the free, all-ages ev... Posted on 10/29/13 at 11:00 PM
STAFF BLOG UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA HOCKEY UND Sports Zone Show: Football and women's basketball
Herald writers Tom Miller and Wayne Nelson talk about UND football as it approaches the Aug. 29 season opener, as well as the Toronto trip for the UND women's basketball team.
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THE DULLUM FILE Summer Reading
I'm not much for sports. There, I said it again. But, for some reason, I like reading about sports.
A couple of sports books are on my reading list this summer. One is Tom Dunkel's Color Blind, about ... Posted on 7/5/13 at 8:49 AM
THE MINNESOTA BASHAW BLOG March Madness Certainly Didn't Disappoint
I am a big lover of college basketball and this years NCAA Tournament certainly didn't disappoint. Check out my thoughts about the tournament. I have attached the link. Thanks
WHAT A GAME
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Five high school seniors have signed letters of intent to play baseball for UND. The five are: Brett Harrison, Winnipeg; Zach Heaser, Eyota, Minn.; Miles Lewis, Hudson, Wis.; Cameron Powell, Bourbonnais, Ill; and Connor Trygstad, Plymouth, Minn.
A lot of new faces dot the Grand Forks Red River boys basketball roster. One thing hasn’t changed — the Roughriders can score a lot of points.
Red River opened its season Saturday by handing host East Grand Forks Senior High a 74-59 setback.
LeBron James racked up 21 points, 14 rebounds and eight assists and Dwyane Wade added 19 points as visiting Miami eased to its way to a 16th consecutive regular-season win against a Western Conference opponent by knocking off Minnesota.
UND made a trip to historic Hinkle Fieldhouse on Saturday night and for the first 16 minutes of the game, UND had a surprising shot at making history. But Butler University — now a member of the big-time Big East — used a four-minute power surge late in the first half to defeat North Dakota 79-64 before 6,355 fans at Hinkle — the sixth-oldest venue in college basketball.
UND men’s basketball coach Brian Jones has been in Hinkle Fieldhouse a number times during his time at Iowa. Hinkle is the home to Butler and it’s also where the movie Hoosiers was filmed. It’s a special place, he said. The fans are knowledgeable and passionate.
UND’s mission this week is to break a three-game losing streak. If that happens, UND will have to snap the streak against one of the country’s top programs and in one of the more historic venues in all of college basketball.
From the sound of exploding grenades to the roar of the crowd, Almir Krdzalic’s journey to success has taken him from a war in Bosnia-Herzegovina to the University of Minnesota-Crookston campus and its basketball court.
Despite playing a two-three zone for the majority of the game, East Grand Forks Sacred Heart had no answer for the post play of Stephen-Argyle. Seniors Donley Gryskiewicz and Lance Yutrzenka were able to find their way to the rim consistently for Stephen-Argyle, which topped Sacred Heart 64-41 on Tuesday in East Grand Forks.
Pacific coach Ron Verlin prefers to play man-to-man defense.
The style is a proven winner for the Tigers as they advanced to the NCAA tournament last season and are 6-1 this year with the only setback coming against No. 14 Oregon — a game Pacific led by seven at halftime.
Behind the 24-point performance of 6-7 senior center Jim Warmack, East Grand Forks improved to 3-1 on Saturday with a convincing 90-37 victory over the Bemidji High School boys basketball team in the second day of the Lumberjacks Classic.
Oregon, unbeaten and ranked No. 14 in the Associated Press Top 25 poll, had the size and speed to outlast UND 91-76 on Saturday evening in front of 5,937 fans at the state-of-the-art Matthew Knight Arena.
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