NDSU Passing Game Strong through Limited attempts this Season
Bison quarterback Easton Stick has thrown the ball 40 times in first three games
FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota State has not needed to pass the ball much this season.
The Bison have one of the most successful rushing attacks in the FCS, averaging 377 yards per game on the ground through three games.
One of the points of emphasis in the game against Robert Morris on Saturday was expanding the offense to get the Herd a little more used to an air attack.
“It’s always nice when you can throw two or three in a row, or close to in a row, and you start to build a rhythm and flow a little bit,” junior quarterback Easton Stick said.
So far this season, Stick is 29-for-40 passing with four touchdowns and zero interceptions. Through three games last year, he had 73 pass attempts.