Dakota Marker Game

NDSU Football Staying Focused on Winning Dakota Marker Despite Outside Noise

Last time Bison played in Brookings was last loss

FARGO, N.D. — Besides Frisco and the FCS Championship, the one other week circled on Bison fans calender’s is the week leading up to the Dakota Marker game between North Dakota State and South Dakota State. Besides the outside distractions of a trophy to bring home, the undefeated season, the number one ranking, the homecoming for many Bison players from…

Representatives From North Dakota & South Dakota Make Friendly Wager On Dakota Marker Game

NDSU vs SDSU Saturday Afternoon At 2

Rep. Kelly Armstrong (R) North Dakota & Rep. Dusty Johnson (R) South DakotaWASHINGTON, D.C. — North Dakota Representative Kelly Armstrong and South Dakota Representative Dusty Johnson make a friendly wager over Saturday’s Dakota Marker game between NDSU and SDSU. “And what we’ve decided is the losing congressman will have to keep the winning congressman’s football helmet on their desk for…

NDSU Football Business As Usual With Dakota Marker Game Saturday

#1 Bison Face #3 Jackrabbits Saturday in Brookings

FARGO, N.D. — There are only two undefeated programs left in the Missouri Valley Football Conference and both play each other this week as number one North Dakota State travels to Brookings to take on third ranked South Dakota State. There haven’t been many teams over the years who have the Bison’s number, however, the Jackrabbits are the last team…

“College GameDay” To Feature Bison At Dakota Marker Game On Saturday

The show will broadcast from Brookings, South Dakota

BROOKINGS, S.D. — ESPN’s popular “College GameDay” will feature the Bison but in South Dakota. The show will broadcast from Brookings this Saturday before the top-ranked Bison play the No. 3 Jackrabbits in the Dakota Marker game. The show began travelling to campus sites in 1993 and usually broadcasts from a major FBS game. It has set up twice in…

SDSU Too Much for NDSU in Battle for Dakota Marker

Jacks hand Bison first loss of the season.

BROOKINGS, S.D. (NDSU Athletics) – No. 8-ranked South Dakota State forced five turnovers and claimed the Dakota Marker trophy for the second straight year with a 33-21 win over No. 2-ranked North Dakota State on Saturday, Nov. 4, before a crowd of 18,130 at Dana J. Dykhouse Stadium. North Dakota State (8-1, 5-1) remains alone in first place atop the…