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NDSU Preseason No. 1 in Stats Perform FCS Top 25; Central Arkansas 11th

Bison ride 37-game win streak into October 3rd match-up with Central Arkansas

FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota State football was unanimously picked number one in the preseason FCS Stats Performance poll. The Bison received 147 first-place votes. The Bison are coming off an undefeated season, their third consecutive FCS Championship, (winning eight of the last nine) and carrying a 37-game winning streaking into their October 3rd match-up with Central Arkansas. The Bears…

NDSU vs. Central Arkansas: How It All Came To Be

Game scheduled for Oct.3 in Fargo

FARGO, N.D. — One week after North Dakota State football decided not to pursue a fall schedule, a game with Central Arkansas is on the books for October 3rd at the FargoDome. NDSU previously had five practices before players were sent home on August 14th. It’ll be the first meeting between both programs. Central Arkansas was the unnamed program expressing…

NDSU Football to Play Against Central Arkansas This Fall

Game Scheduled for Oct.3 in Fargo

FARGO, N.D. – (NDSU Athletics) North Dakota State director of athletics Matt Larsen and head football coach Matt Entz announced Monday, Aug. 24, the Bison football team will play one non-conference game to cap the 2020 fall practice schedule. NDSU will host Central Arkansas at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 3, in the first meeting between the two schools. It is the beginning of…

Former NDSU, Current L.A. Chargers QB Stick Talks NFL Off-season

Welcoming role with team heading into new season

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Former North Dakota State quarterback Easton Stick is getting ready for his second season with the Los Angeles Chargers. Stick has spent most of his time this off-season in California, however, is making some time coming back to the roots before reporting to camp. The Chargers parted ways with long-time QB Phillip Rivers, who signed with…

Former NDSU, Current LSU LB Cox Named to Bednarik Watch List

Award for Nation's Top Defensive Player

BATON ROUGE, LA — Former North Dakota State linebacker Jabril Cox is already making waves at his new school inLSU. The senior transfer landed on the Bednarik award watch list for the nation’s best defensive player. Cox transferred to the Tigers in April after three FCS championships and two All-American selections. Last season with the Bison, Cox recorded 258 tackles,…

Bison game against Oregon not happening because of Pac-12 decision

Was scheduled for Sept. 5

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – The Pac-12 conference announces it will only play games within its conference in the Fall It ends any chance of the matchiup between North Dakota State and Oregon in football that was scheduled to be played in Eugene in September. NDSU’s Athletic Department was set to make $650,000 by playing the Ducks. The Pac-12’s decision comes…

Reports: Pac-12 to Only Play Conference Games in 2020; Ending Chance of NDSU-Oregon Game

Both were scheduled to play on Sept. 5

FARGO, N.D. — $650,000 is the amount of money the North Dakota State Athletic Department is expected make by have its football team play Oregon on September 5 in Eugene. That contest could very much be in jeopardy. The Big Ten Conference announced that all non-conference games won’t be played and instead just be played with in the conference if…

NDSU Draft Preview With Hero Sport’s Sam Herder

Hero Sport's Sam Herder previews where ndsu players can go in draft

FARGO, N.D. — The NFL Draft is here and its time to talk where North Dakota State players could fall this weekend. Two who are likely to go off the board are defensive end Derrek Tuszka and tight end Ben Ellefson after both played in the East-West Shrine Game and Tuszka competed at the NFL Combine back in February. Hero…

NDSU Stars Tuszka, Ellefson Hope to Hear Their Names Called in NFL Draft

Both Played in East-West Shrine Game; Tuszka participated at NFL Combine

FARGO, N.D. — The NFL Draft is underway with the first round. There are two former North Dakota State football players likely to be drafted this weekend. The first is All-American defensive end Derrek Tuszka who had two different opportunities to show what he’s made of to NFL scouts. With no NDSU Pro Day due to COVID-19, Tuszka was the…

Western Illinois Game Provides Opportunity for NDSU Football’s Depth

NDSU FB Plans to Play Younger Player Against The Leathernecks

FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota State football starts a stretch of back to back home games this weekend beginning with Western Illinois on Saturday. The Leathernecks come into the match up with only one win over South Dakota last week. A struggling Leatherneck team provides the opportunity for NDSU to play more of their younger talent who haven’t received a…