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Former Bison QB’s Stick, Lance Ready to Square Off Sunday in the Preseason

49er and Chargers practiced together all week

Video Courtesy: Chargers and 49ers SANTA CLARA, Cali — In 68 collegiate starts between quarterbacks Easton Stick and Trey Lance for North Dakota State football won 65 games and four fcs championships. Now the two are back together 1500 miles away getting to square off against one another in the preseason. The San Francisco 49ers and Los Angeles Chargers had…

Former Bison QB Noland Elevated to South Carolina’s Active Roster

One of four QB's on Gamecocks roster

COLUMBIA, S.C. — When Zeb Noland left North Dakota State football to become a grad assistant at South Carolina, there was no plan to use his final year of eligibility until an opportunity to play in the SEC opened up. Noland has been elevated to the Gamecocks active roster at quarterback, a position where he started for the Bison this…

Energy Level High on First Day of Fall Camp for NDSU Football

First practice of the fall season

FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota State football put on the helmets, cleats and shoulders pads for the first day of fall camp all in anticipation leading up to the first game of 12 on September 4th  against Albany. Its been 70 days since the spring ended with a loss in the quarterfinals of the FCS playoffs. Players and coaches see…

NDSU Track & Field Coach Keller Reacts to Alum Otterdahl Competing at the Olympics

Ottedahl finished 10th in the Shot put at the Tokyo Olympics

FARGO, N.D. — Former North Dakota State thrower Payton Otterdahl’s first Olympics came to an end Wednesday night finishing 10th in the shotput. While it didn’t result on the podium with a medal the accomplishment goes far beyond the placement. Otterdahl was the first athlete of seven from the NDSU program who competed in the summer games to make it …

2021-22 NDSU Men’s Basketball Schedule Features Games at UNLV, Arizona & Creighton

Season tips off on Nov. 1

FARGO, N.D. – (NDSU Athletics) The North Dakota State men’s basketball schedule for the 2021-22 season was announced Thursday by head coach David Richman. The Bison will play non-conference road games at UNLV, Arizona and Creighton in November to highlight the schedule. NDSU will open the season at home with an exhibition game against Minot State on Nov. 1, then…

“It’s Getting to the Point Where He Can Correct Players” Lance Continues to Impress at 49ers Training Camp

Garoppolo, offensive coordinator McDaniel gave praise to the rookie QB

SANTA CLARA, CA — Patrick Mahomes 2.0. Best arm I’ve seen hands downs. Those have been words to describe quarterback Trey Lance’s performance so far at San Francisco 49ers training camp. However, the former Bison is still behind starter Jimmy Garoppolo on the depth chart. Lance has said it’s a learning process so far transitioning to the pro level, however,…

Former Bison Otterdahl Advances to Olympic Shot Put Final

Final is Wednesday night at 9 P.M.

TOYKO (NDSU Athletics) Former North Dakota State NCAA champion Payton Otterdahl advanced to the shot put final at the Tokyo Olympic Games on Tuesday. Otterdahl threw 68-7 (20.90m) on his last attempt of the qualifying round, which ultimately earned him the 12th and final spot in the event final. The shot put final will be held at 9 p.m. CT on…

Source: NDSU Men’s Hoops to Play UNLV in November

Game would be played in Vegas on November 15th

FARGO, N.D. — (Bison Report) Per multiple sources, North Dakota State will head to Sin City to take on UNLV, according to Bison Report Publisher Ross Uglem.  NDSU and UNLV will reportedly lock horns on November 15th, as part of a southwest road swing for the Bison. UNLV finished 7th in the Mountain West a season ago with an overall…

NDSU Football Knows Nothing Comes Easy After Missing Main Goal in the Spring

Bison coming in to fall with new mindset and chip on their shoulder

FARGO, N.D — North Dakota State football as a program fell short of the one goal every year  that wasn’t achieved winning an fcs championship. It was just the eighth time in ten years that happened and the first since 2016. One reason for the spring playing out the way it did  was youth. 32 redshirt or true freshman saw…

NDSU’s Gonnella Does More Than Score Touchdowns, He Hits Baseballs

The bison running back spent the summer with the Arizona Diamondbacks

FARGO, N.D. — Being a multi-sport athlete in high school is common, however, once you get to the college ranks, carrying the load of two sports– becomes a little harder. That’s not the case for North Dakota State running back Dominic Gonnella. When Bison nation is not cheering loudly for him on the football field, Dominic Gonnella’s second calling is…