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NDSU Football Adds 24 Recruits in Early Signing Period

2020 Recruiting Class Almost Complete

FARGO, N.D. — (NDSU Athletics) North Dakota State University head football coach Matt Entz announced the addition of 24 new student-athletes to the Bison program on Wednesday, Dec. 18, the first day of the early signing period for Division I football. The latest signees include one quarterback, two running backs, three wide receivers, three tight ends, five offensive linemen, four defensive linemen, two linebackers and…

Moorhead’s Seth Anderson Signs With NDSU Football

Will Join Offensive or Defensive Line

MOORHEAD, Minn. — The Bison also went across the red river to snap Seth Anderson from Moorhead. Anderson played on the offensive and defensive line for the Spuds. His senior season was cut short due to injury but its the versatility on both sides of the ball coach Matt Entz and coach AJ Blazek liked that attracted them to Anderson…

Shanley’s Kava Joins Brother at NDSU

Signed National Letter of Intent to NDSU Football

FARGO, N.D. — Davies’ Ty Satter wasn’t the only signee with roots in North Dakota State’s football program. Joe Kava, the senior defensive tackle out of Shanley who signed his letter of intent earlier today will be the second Bison on the roster representing the Kava name. His brother, Jake, is a redshirt freshman defensive end for the Herd. The…

Sheyenne’s Terhark Commits to NDSU Football

Becomes First Sheyenne Football Commit to NDSU

WEST FARGO, N.D. — Sheyenne receiver Tyler Terhark is staying close to home to play for the Bison.  The senior is coming off a runner-up finish with the Mustangs in the North Dakota Class Three A State championship game. The newest Bison signee is the first Mustang to sign with the reigning FCS champions in the program’s five year history….

Davies’ Satter Commits to NDSU Football

Follows in Dad's Footsteps

FARGO, N.D — North Dakota State football welcomed Davies’ Ty Satter to the team next season, who played both receiver and safety for the Eagles.. The Bison list him as a safety coming in next season. He won’t be the first Satter to suit up for NDSU. His father, Tony, was a running back for the Bison in the late…

NDSU Football: Defense/Special Teams Picking Up Offense in Struggles As Team Works Toward Championship Appearance

Offense held to no touchdowns in Quarterfinals

FARGO, N.D. — As North Dakota State football looks ahead to its match-up with Montana State on Saturday in the FCS Playoff semifinals, the offense wants to improve on finishing out drives in the red zone. The Bison were held without a touchdown for the first time since 2002 and under 10 points for the first time since 2014. The…

NDSU Football Looking to Create Balance With Different Feel to Game Week

Bison balancing game prep, finals and graduation

FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota State football is getting ready for its semifinal match-up with Montana State on Saturday. As the Bison and Bobcats meet for the second year in a row in the playoffs, this week leading up has a bit of a different feel. By making it into the final four of the field, the balance of student…

NDSU Football Looking for Fast State Against Illinois State

Don't want repeat of last week

FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota State Quarterback Trey Lance will look to get the Bison offense off to a better start in the FCS Playoff Quarterfinal against Illinois State.. In their second round match-up with Nicholls State, NDSU trailed at home for the first time all season.  On top of that, the offense was held to the second lowest point…

NDSU QB Lance Wins FCS STATS Jerry Rice Award

Award for Best Offensive Player in FCS

FARGO, N.D. – (NDSU Athletics) North Dakota State quarterback Trey Lance was named the winner of the STATS FCS Jerry Rice Award on Wednesday, Dec. 11, as the national freshman of the year in the NCAA’s Football Championship Subdivision. He is the first player from the Missouri Valley Football Conference to win the award. Lance, a 6-foot-3, 221-pound redshirt freshman from Marshall,…

NDSU Football Set Out To Stop Active FCS Rush Leader

James Robinson is active leader in rushing for FCS

FARGO, N..D — North Dakota State football is gearing up for its FCS Playoff quarterfinal match-up with Missouri Valley Conference foe Illinois State on Saturday. NDSU opened up the conference slate by beating the Redbirds in October. Since then, both sides are much different including Redbirds running back James Robinson.  The Bison defense held the active FCS leading rusher to…