NDSU Bison

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…

NDSU’s Watson Taking WR Role to Another Level With Maturity

Coming off season leading the team in receiving yards and touchdowns

FARGO, N.D. — 2019 was a breakout year for North Dakota State receiver Christian Watson. Watson became a primary target for quarterback, Trey Lance, in his first full season as a starter. The second team all-Missouri Valley selection led the team in receiving yards and touchdowns as a replacement to All-American and Green Bay Packers receiver, Darrius Shepherd. With great…

NDSU Linebackers Filling Void Left Behind By Cox, Mercadel

Hankey, Kaczor, Jasir Cox will start against Central Arkansas

FARGO, N.D. — Since returning to campus after the announcement of their game with Central Arkansas, North Dakota State football, has been going  at it with 11 practices. Heading in to the match-up, just 10 days away, defensive coordinator, David Braun is putting focus  on the linebacker position. That’s because 6th year senior, Aaron Mercadel, is moving on and grad…

NDSU, UND Practice Hours Increased After NCAA Announces College Basketball Return

College Basketball start date is November 26th

FARGO, N.D. — Thanksgiving Eve will never be the same as the NCAA Division One Council gifted college basketball fans with a November 25th start date. The day before america enjoys some delicious turkey. The season starts 15 days later than originally scheduled. Teams can only play a max of  24 games four less than usual. With just four non-conference…

Former Bison LB Cox Transitioning Nicely into SEC

Transferred to LSU after the 2019 season with NDSU

FARGO, N.D. — After the 2019 season, linebacker Jabril Cox, had the opportunity to transfer from North Dakota State to the FBS level, as a grad transfer and took advantage. Landing with the national champion, LSU Tigers. Now, the former Bison is making an impression with his new squad in Baton Rouge. Even though Cox has left the NDSU football…

Rothsay, NDSU Athletics Mourn Passing of Jordan Aaberg

Passed away at 29 after collapsing at home

ROTHSAY, Minn. — North Dakota State Athletics and the Rothsay community mourn the loss of former basketball player, Jordan Aaberg, who passed away unexpectedly this morning collapsing at his home. He was just 29. Aaberg was a standout for the Tigers averaging a double-double his senior season. Leading them to their first little eight conference championship  in 13 years. With…