UND football GameCenter vs. South Dakota, 5 p.m. kickoff
The No. 4-ranked UND football team hosts No. 20 South Dakota in a rare Thursday matchup at the Alerus Center.
Scoring descriptions and video will be posted below as they happen.
South Dakota 3, North Dakota 0, 10:29 left first quarter: Mason Lorberg hits a 20-yard field goal after South Dakota's drive stalls despite first-and-goal from the 3. The Coyotes threw three passes from the 3 and all were incomplete, including a Jordan Canady hurry on third down. The drive was sparked by a 40-yard pass from Carson Camp to Carter Bell.
UND 7, South Dakota 3, 14:14 left: On third-and-3 from the 21, UND brings in backup quarterback Quincy Vaughn. Vaughn's first career touchdown pass goes 20 yards to Adam Zavalney, who catches his first career touchdown. Vaughn originally tucked the ball to signal a quarterback sweep but pulled back and found Zavalney wide open.
Freshman @quincy_vaughn4 ➡ Freshman @AdamZavalney #MidcoSports | @UNDfootball pic.twitter.com/kYTCXYrCwr— #TOURNEYHQ (@MidcoSN) March 4, 2021
UND 14, South Dakota 3, 13:02 left: Otis Weah, after fumbling at the goal-line in the first half, redeems himself with two long runs, including a 45-yard run to open the half. His second long run, of 18 yards, gives UND a two-score lead to start the second half.
Otis finding a Weah #UNDproud | @UNDfootball | @MidcoSN pic.twitter.com/bx1NNJ8H9Y— UND Insider (@UNDinsider) March 5, 2021
UND 21, South Dakota 3, 7:46 left: Weah is on his way to a huge day, up over 130 yards at this point. He runs for 37, then a few plays later carries for 4 into the end zone.
Otis on his Weah to the endzone again #UNDproud | @UNDfootball | @MidcoSN pic.twitter.com/CyCKagOTaZ— UND Insider (@UNDinsider) March 5, 2021
UND 21, South Dakota 10, 10:58 left: South Dakota scores its first touchdown on a Kai Henry 7-yard run to finish off a 15-play, 95-yard drive for the Coyotes.
There's no quit in @Dc_22k and the @SDCoyotesFB #MidcoSports pic.twitter.com/0eO6XTwa69— #TOURNEYHQ (@MidcoSN) March 5, 2021
Final. No. 4 UND beats No. 20 South Dakota 21-10.