Missouri Valley Football Conference



FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota State is 3-0 on the year and remains at number two in the latest FCS polls. After dominating their first three opponents however the Bison are on a bye week before much bigger tests begin. The Bison kickoff Missouri Valley Football Conference play Saturday, September, 30th at home against South Dakota. The Valley has proven…

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….

Moorhead’s Weah Transfers to Missouri State

Played 19 games with North Dakota and was an All-American

GRAND FORKS, N.D — After five months in the transfer portal, former North Dakota and Moorhead running back, Otis Weah decided to stay in the Missouri Valley  using his final two years of eligibility at Missouri State. Weah said there was interest from several FBS  programs including Western Kentucky, Texas State and James Madison, however the Bears and head coach…

NDSU Football’s Miller Ready For Another Playoff Opportunity As Starter

Miller makes his third playoff start on Saturday against Southern Illinois

FARGO, N.D — Since quarterback Cam Miller has taken over as the starter, the North Dakota State offense has been clicking on all cylinders. After placing Quincy Patterson in week eight against Missouri State, Miller  has thrown for 785 yards, eight touchdowns and just 30 incompletions. The sophomore has come a long way from his first career start in the…

NDSU Football Not Thinking About Last Spring’s Loss Ahead of Match-Up With Southern Illinois

Entz did not address last spring's loss with the team

FARGO, N.D — North Dakota State football getting set for their playoff match-up with Southern Illinois by taking to the practice field this past weekend and watching their opponents first round round game with South Dakota  together as a team. Its a showdown with a lot of history as of late. Back in the spring, the Salukis not only handed…

NDSU’s Entz Named Missouri Valley Coach of the Year For Second Time

Has 33-4 record as coach of the Bison

FARGO, N.D — For the second time in his coaching career North Dakota State head coach Matt Entz was named the Missouri Valley Football Conference’s best. Entz has the Bison in a first round bye for the fcs playoffs after winning 10 games in the regulars season and taking the conference outright. In three seasons, Entz has a 33-4 record…

NDSU Football to Honor 11 Seniors on Saturday

Watson, Gindorff headline the group

FARGO, N.D — North Dakota State football has already clinched the automatic bid into the FCS playoffs after winning the Missouri Valley. That leaves center stage Saturday against South Dakota for the 11 seniors who are playing their final regular season home game in the FargoDome.. On the defense, Costner Ching, Michael Buetow, Logan McCormick, Brayden Thomas, Jackson Hankey and…

In First Season, Williams Becomes NDSU Football’s Leading Rusher in Backfield

TaMerik Williams leads the all Bison backs with 433 rushing yards

FARGO, N.D — North Dakota state running back TaMerik Williams is only nine games in to his Bison career and making a loud first impression. Against Youngstown State, Williams made his first career start running a career high 18 carries for 137 yards and two touchdowns. It was the first time a pair of NDSU backs rushed for over 100…

NDSU Football Looking for 458-Yard Rushing Performance to Carry Over

Earned the "Rams' Missouri Valley Offensive Lineman of the week

FARGO, N.D — North Dakota State football had not reached over 450 rushing yards in a conference game since 2008. That all changed this weekend with 458 on the ground in a win over Youngstown State that gave the Bison a share of the Missouri Valley regular season title. It was the second time this season the NDSU run game…

NDSU Football Players Holding Themselves Accountable After First Loss

Bison suffered their fourth loss in two seasons

FARGO, N.D — North Dakota State football finds itself in unfamiliar territory once again after coming off a loss. Not only did an eight-game win streak end, it became just the fourth defeat in the last two seasons. Before that, it was 39 in a row dating back to the 2017 season. The seniors on this year’s squad have seen…