Marquise Bridges

NDSU Football: Defense Preparing for UC Davis Air Raid Defense

The Bison Face the Aggies in a Top-Five FCS Match-up

FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota State football returns home for another ranked match-up at the Fargo Dome. This time its a top five match–up against UC Davis. Number one versus number four. After two weeks of facing run heavy offenses, the NDSU defense is shifting their mindset to the passing game preparing for the air raid offense the Aggies present….

NDSU Football: Defense Game Planning for Delaware Quarterback Kehoe

Kehoe threw for 2,000 Yards in 2018

FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota state football faces its first true road test Saturday traveling to Newark,Delaware to take on the eighteenth-ranked Fightin’ Blue Hens. Defensively, the Bison will have to find an answer for starting quarterback Pat Kehoe. In 2018, Kehoe passed for over two thousand yards and seventeen touchdowns.When the Blue Hens came to Fargo last year in…

NDSU Football: Target Field Game Provides Homecoming For Current Players

Phoenix Sproles, Zack Johnson, Marquise Bridges All From Twin Cities Area

FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota State football starts off its season in a bit of a different setting, on a baseball field. The Bison host Butler at Target Field Saturday, home to major league baseball’s Minnesota Twins. For many, its a chance to travel and see their team at a different location for a weekend. For those twin cities NDSU…

NDSU Football Names 2019 Captains

Bison name six new captains

FARGO, N.D. — The starting quarterback wasn’t the only big news of the day for NDSU football. The team also named its captains at the start of practice Monday. Six seniors will step forward and have the captain’s titles to their name. Safety James Hendricks, cornerback Marquise Bridges, running back Ty Brooks, tight end Ben Ellefson, defensive lineman Derrek Tuszka…

NDSU Football Finishes Spring Ball With Green and Gold Game

The Bison held their annual Spring Game

FARGO, N.D. –For the final time this Spring, NDSU football took the field in its annual Green and Gold Game. It wasn’t quite a game, but instead, more of a modified practice. The team did a few position drills before moving to 7-on-7 and two-down scrimmages in full pads, but there was no tackling. Both first and second-team guys took…

NDSU CB Bridges Excited to Live up to High Expectations

The senior cornerback is embracing his leadership role

For the team’s third spring practice Monday, North Dakota State football wore pads for the first time. The players say it doesn’t just mean the physicality is amplified; the tempo is increased too. The 16 seniors are the roster are leading the charge with what to expect for some of the younger guys just getting into the swing of things….