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NDSU Men’s and Women’s Basketball To Play Non-Conference Match-Ups At Kansas

Men's game set for December 5th; Women's Game tips off on December 21st

FARGO, N.D. — The Summit League season won’t get underway until January 2nd, however, Bison fans were gifted with the reveal of one of the team’s non-conference opponents. On December 5th, NDSU travels to take on the defending Big 12 regular season champions and number one team in the country, the Kansas Jayhawks in Allen Fieldhouse. The Jayhawks own a…

NDSU Men’s Basketball Picked Third in Summit League Preseason Poll; Kreuser Second Team All-Conference

Rocky Kreuser is Bison's returning leading scorer

FARGO, N.D — As the back-to-back  Summit League Tournament champions, North Dakota State men’s basketball, comes in at third behind South Dakota State and Oral Roberts. Forward Rocky Kreuser was named to the preseason All-Summit League second team. Kreuser returns as the Bison’s leading scorer from last season after recording 10 points and six rebounds — per game. Guard Tyree…

College Basketball Preview: North Dakota State Men’s Basketball

Hear from Bison men's basketball coach Dave Richman about the team's preparation for the season

  FARGO, N.D. — College basketball season is just around the corner. The official start to the season begins November 25th. North Dakota State men’s basketball just wrapped up its second week of practice in preparation for the season to come. KVRR’s Nick Couzin caught up with Bison men’s coach Dave Richman to talk about what to expect. Categories: College,…

Former Bison TE Ellefson Activated to Jacksonville’s Active Roster

Nine former NDSU Players are on active nfl rosters

JACKSONVILLE, FL. — Former North Dakota State tight end, Ben Ellefson, has been elevated to the Jacksonville Jaguars active roster. The Hawley native signed with the Jags as an undrafted free agent. Ellefson was active for two gamesthis season and by NFL rule if a player from the practice squad dresses for three games, it allows that player permanent promotion….

NDSU Running Back Adam Cofield Entering Transfer Portal

Graduating this fall with one year of eligibility

FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota State running back Adam Cofield announced on social media he’s graduating this fall  and intends to enter the transfer portal with a year of eligibility remaining. With the Bison, Cofield was one of four backs last season to rush for over 600 yards and was top five in the conference in rushing touchdowns. Cofield joins…

NDSU’s Noland Expected to Be Next QB1 This Spring

Noland was back-up to Trey Lance in 2019 who declared for the draft

FARGO, N.D. — With quarterback, Trey Lance, heading to the NFL Draft. The keys to the Bison offense are expected to be handed to Zeb Noland, — who spent all of the 2019 season and this fall playing back-up. The senior came to NDSU as a transfer from Iowa State and the Big 12 in the spring of 2019. In…

NDSU’s Lance Battles Back from Slow Start to Lead Bison to Victory

Lance ran for two and threw two touchdowns

FARGO, N.D. — In front of 26 NFL scouts from 20 NFL teams, North Dakota State Trey Lance showed what he was made of, leading a 4th quarter comeback to lead to Bison to 39-28 victory over Central Arkansas. It wasn’t pretty to start. Lance fumbled on the first drive leading to UCA field goal. After connecting on the first…

NDSU’s Tutsie One of Key Returners On Defense Embracing New Role

Tutsie Taking Leadership Role in Safeties Room

FARGO, N.D. — We’re four days away from game day as North Dakota State football inches closer to its match-up with Central Arkansas. When watching the defensive secondary on Saturday, you’ll find a key returner in safety Michael Tutsie. The junior came into the season as a preseason All-American after leading the Missouri Valley Football Conference in interceptions, his 7…

After Successful 2019 Seasons, Gindorff, Babicz, Ready to Be Top Options at Tight End

Gindorff, Babich combined for 11 touchdowns last season

FARGO, N.D. — One of the many reasons why North Dakota State football continues its success  year after  year is the depth  the Bison create. At the tight end position its no different. Standing at 6’6”,  juniors Noah Gindorff and Josh Babicz are ready for it to be their time  with the departure of Ben Ellefson to the Jacksonville Jaguars….

Despite NFL Calling, NDSU’s Lance, Radunz Keeping Their Focus On the Now

Both are focused on winning Central Arkansas game

FARGO, N.D. — Its the one and only game week this fall for North Dakota State football as the Bison cap off the end of camp with a match up against Central Arkansas on Saturday. Its the final game for right tackle, Dillon Radunz whose pursuing an NFL career. What is not known? Will this be the last game for…