FATHER KNOWS LAST My First Bison Game
It was September 26, 1981; a night Ill never forget
In September of 1981, I began my studies at North Dakota State University. I didnt know much more about the home football team other than they wer... Posted on 10/26/13 at 8:16 PM
BISON MEDIA BLOG The value of the West Coast quarterback
The statistical nerdstat that Brock Jensen threw for a career-high in passing yards in the win over Ferris State was interesting in the actual yardage -- 259 yards. That's not alot for a quarterback... Posted on 9/12/13 at 8:36 AM
THE NEW FORTY Oops...they did it again. ;-)
Ihave beenhumming Britney Spears' hit -Oops...I did it again! - all afternoon. Her tongue in cheek homage to innocence seems appropriate on the heels of a second NDSU Bison FCS win. The Bison shut dow... Posted on 1/5/13 at 10:16 PM
NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY NEWS NDSU makes its first NCAA Division I playoff appearance
North Dakota State is scheduled to host Robert Morris University in a
first-round NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS)
playoff game on Saturday, Nov. 27, in the Fargodome. The winne... Posted on 11/21/10 at 9:33 PM
North Dakota State Director of Sports Medicine Scott Woken had 500 buttons for former players and staff to honor a legendary Bison sports figure in Denis Isrow. The longtime athletic trainer and staff member died in December.
Now in his ninth year of being retired, Steve Krumrie will occasionally be watching a college football game on television when a player makes an interception. And even rarer than that, he’ll think back to his playing days.
After scoring on its first three possessions, top-ranked North Dakota State waited until the fourth quarter to pull out a 27-16 college football victory Saturday over No. 16 Indiana State before 6,412 fans at Memorial Stadium.
Tyler Gimmestad signed his letter of intent with North Dakota State in 2009 as a defensive lineman from Marshall, Minn. He spent his redshirt season practicing against veteran Bison offensive linemen who didn’t exactly take it easy on him.
The North Dakota State University football team made its case for No. 1 on Saturday afternoon. And it’s a compelling argument. The No. 3-ranked Bison had a pair of interceptions and a defensive touchdown in a 24-19 Missouri Valley Football Conference win against No. 2 Northern Iowa before sellout crowd of 18,864 fans at the Fargodome.
North Dakota State finally solved Coughlin-Alumni Stadium. Sophomore Ryan Smith returned a punt 41 yards for a touchdown early in the fourth quarter. That play sparked the No. 3-ranked Bison to a 38-14 victory Saturday against South Dakota State in Missouri Valley Football Conference action before 14,823 fans.
Bison linebacker Travis Beck found out by reading the paper The news that North Dakota State freshman Travis Beck was named a starting outside linebacker for today’s game at South Dakota State was known by most people — except Beck. He found out through a newspaper report. “I was pretty surprised about it,” Beck said.
Crop circles. Stonehenge. Bermuda Triangle. And now you can add the latest phenomenon to the world’s mysteries: How on earth can the North Dakota State offensive line be so good against one defensive front, and so inconsistent against another?
On a day when it failed to get a first down until five minutes remained of the third quarter, the No. 4-ranked North Dakota State football team won ugly Saturday with a 9-3 victory over No. 17 Southern Illinois before 9,059 fans at Saluki Stadium.
Southern Illinois quarterback Kory Faulkner came to the Salukis two years ago with some high school statistics that will pop your eyes out. It remains to be seen today if North Dakota State will get a dose of double vision.
There was no letdown for the North Dakota State football team on Saturday.
A week after an impressive road win against the University of Minnesota, the No. 6 Bison beat Illinois State 20-10 before 18,904 fans at the Fargodome to secure the program’s first win in a Missouri Valley Conference opener in four seasons in the league.
Now comes the test, an exam that North Dakota State failed last season. It’s a simple and predictable yes-or-no question that comes following a victory over an upper-division Division I Bowl Subdivision foe: Will there be a letdown?
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