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NDSU to Face SDSU in Frisco for FCS Championship

NDSU and SDSU will meet Sunday, January 8th.

FARGO–  North Dakota State came back from a 16-0 first quarter deficit Friday night against Incarnate Word to punch their ticket to Frisco. Saturday, South Dakota State took down Montana State 39-18 to set up a showdown for the FCS Championship between the rivals. Last night the Bison trailed 16 to zero after the first quarter. They rallied however in…

Dom Gonnella Back Healthy for NDSU and Another Summer With Diamondbacks

Knee injury cut last season short after being named starting running back

FARGO, N.D — “It was rough especially because I was ready to have a big season.” After leading the Bison in rushing his freshman year, Dom Gonnella was named the starting running back in year two after nine games, two touchdowns and 380 yards, a knee injury ended it all. “I tried to battle through it at first. Trying to…

NDSU’s Johnson Improved Mental Strength After Being Unsatisfied With Career Junior Season

Finding more advantages with game after reflection on last year

FARGO, N.D — North Dakota state running back Kobe Johnson enters his senior season with a lot of momentum. In 2021, Johnson set career-highs in rushing and touchdowns, even a school record for longest run from scrimmage. Despite doing all that, Johnson is still not satisified. Coming off a knee injury that cut his sophomore season short by three games,…

NDSU’s Mauch Ready To Lead Offensive Line

Taking what he's learned from Cordell Volson

FARGO, N.D — The North Dakota State rams, also known as the offensive line, are the staple to the identity of the program’s run first offense. Last year, the O-Line paved the way for the second best rushing average in the FCS. That’ll look to continue this season with Cody Mauch. The senior tackle is part of a group who…

NDSU’s Waege Motivated in Sixth Year Coming Off Knee Injury

Tore ACL and Meniscus in week three last season

FARGO, N.D — At the forefront of the bison’s code green defense is defensive end Spencer Waege. The sixth year senior is back for one final season after the last one was cut short tearing his ACL and meniscus in his right knee week three against Towson. The injury wasn’t going to keep Waege down. His last full season, the…


Nick and Adam Ask the IMPORTANT questions at NDSU Media Day.

The Bison weigh in on who the strongest player on the team is and Michael Tutsie tells us his spirit animal. Categories: College, KVRR Sports Extra, Top Sports Headlines Tags: Bison Football, NDSU, NDSU Bison, NDSU Football, North Dakota State Footballl

NDSU Football Practices on New Turf

Day two of fall camp update

FARGO, N.D — It’s Friday and the bison received a gift for day two of fall camp practicing on their brand new turf. Both sides of the ball are still very early into the install and for the first week Entz has a certain approach. “Our philosophy early in fall camp is really break it down into the things we…

NDSU Football is Cam Miller’s Team

The starting quarterback on first day of fall camp

FARGO, N.D — The air in Fargo just smelled different this morning as North Dakota State began day one of fall camp at Decotah Field. Not only is it the first time coming together on the field since raising the national championship trophy, its the first without controversy.. At the quarterback position that is. This season, the Bison are Cam…

NDSU Football Forming It’s Own Personality Ahead of Fall Camp Thursday

Bison have 34 freshman in camp

FARGO, N.D — With the calendar turned to August all of Bison nation’s focus has shifted to football, as the defending national champions, North Dakota State get fall camp underway Thursday. The Herd lost 20 players to graduation, however, between fifth and sixth year seniors return 23 veterans who start to take on leadership roles over this two week period….