NDSU Bison

Albany Provides “Good Early Challenge” for NDSU Football

H.C. Entz wants to see defense "finish" against a good offense

FARGO, N.D. — With the return to a normal fall football schedule, non-conference games are back. North Dakota State has three before starting conference play with the first coming Saturday at home for the first ever meeting against Albany. Not only does it give the chance for the Bison to have an extended roster and find their depth, the opponent…

Wentz Placed on COVID/Reserve List

Will miss five days and possibly week one start

  INDIANAPOLIS– Right as quarterback Carson Wentz returns to full practice with the colts from foot surgery, the former Bison gets hit by COVID. Wentz was a close contact with a staff member who tested positive. Only unvaccinated players can become close contacts per NFL protocol. It puts the all-pro out for the next five days only giving him three…

NDSU NAMED PATTERSON STARTING QB

NDSU FINALLY ANNOUCED YESTERDAY WHO THE STARTING QB WOULD BE THIS SEASON

FARGO, ND (KVRR) QUINCY PATTERSON, A CHI TOWN NATIVE — WAS NAMED STARTER — AGAINST ALBANY IN THE FIRST GAME OF THE SEASON NEXT WEEK. THE VIRGINIA TECH TRANSFER — WAS GOING HEAD TO HEAD FOR THE SPOT AGAISNT SOPHOMORE — CAM MILLER — WHO STARTED IN THE FCS PLAYOFF GAMES — THIS PAST SPRING SEASON. COACH ENTZ SAID THAT…

NDSU’s Roehl Talks Sproles, Watson Reunion at WR and Depth at Running Back

NDSU's offensive coordinator talks explosive weapons

FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota State’s offense is loaded this fall. Phoenix Sproles and Christian Watson are reunited at receiver and the running back position is filled with depth. Offensive coordinator discussed all this topics with KVRR’s Nick Couzin. Categories: College, KVRR Sports Extra, Top Sports Headlines Tags: Bison Football, Christian Watson, Dominic Gonnella, Jalen Bussey, Kobe Johnson, NDSU Bison,…

NDSU Football Names Patterson Starting Quarterback

Transferred from Virginia Tech in the spring

FARGO, N.D. — Can you say chi city? Because the 312 is about to be well represented for North Dakota State football this fall  as Chicago native Quincy Patterson was named starting quarterback against Albany in eight days. The Virginia tech transfer was competing with sophomore, Cam Miller, who started the two FCS playoff games this past spring. Patterson showed…

NDSU’s Roehl Discusses QB Situation and the Return of Sproles to the Offense

Offensive Coordinator Tyler Roehl talks quarterback battle and return of receiver Phoenix Sproles ahead of fall season

FARGO, N.D. — Nine days until North Dakota State football kicks off their season at home against Albany. Fall camp is over and the focus now is all about week one. One of the questions still left to be addressed is who will start at quarterback. Three players have been battling  for the job. Cam Miller, who played eight games…

Carson Wentz ‘optimistic’ he’ll be ready for Colts’ Sept. 12 opener

Wentz returned to practice after foot surgery three weeks ago

WESTFIELD — (FOX 59) Carson Wentz was back on the Grand Park Sports Campus practice fields Monday morning, and it was as if he hadn’t been away three weeks after having surgery Aug. 2 – three weeks ago to the day – to remove a pesky bone fragment in his left foot. “Long time, no see,’’ he said. “It was…

Lance Tops Stick in Preseason Shootout

49ers beat Chargers, 15-10 in preseason match-up

INGLEWOOD, California — At North Dakota State, Trey Lance and Easton Stick started 68 games and won FCS Champions. On Sunday, 1500 miles away in Los Angeles, both squared off in a preseason showdown. Stick is competing for the back-up job for Justin Herbert and go the start for the Chargers. Playing the whole first half, the all-time winnigest FCS…

Carson Wentz to return to practice Monday

Cleared to return after knee surgery on August 2nd

WESTFIELD – (FOX 59) The uncertainty of the Indianapolis Colts’ quarterback situation might begin to clear when training camp resumes Monday. Carson Wentz is expected to practice for the first time since undergoing surgery on his left foot Aug. 2. It will be on a limited basis, but nonetheless indicates his return should be on the front end of the…

NDSU Soccer Can’t Overcome Early Scores Falling to Baylor

Bears beat the Bison, 4-0

FARGO, N.D. – (NDSU Athletics) North Dakota State women’s soccer fell to Baylor University 4-0 Sunday afternoon at Dacotah Field. The Bears scored two goals in the first 15 minutes to pull away, handing the Bison their second-straight loss to begin the season. Baylor (1-1-0) jumped out to an early lead in the fifth minute. Maddie Algya scored the opener…