NDSU Bison

Thompson’s Cadyn Schwabe, Joining Brother Calen, by Committing to NDSU Baseball

Cadyn has spent the last two years at Des Moines Community College in Iowa

THOMPSON, N.D — Former three sport athlete at Thompson, Cadyn Schwabe is coming back to the home state and committing to North Dakota State Baseball making it a family affair. Schwabe is in his final year at Des Moines Community College following in the cleats of his brother, Calen, who also went the JUCO route in Iowa and is in…

Trey Lance Accepts Invite to Attend NFL Draft in Person

Will sit in green room with his family in Cleveland

FARGO, N.D. — The NFL Draft takes place at the end of this month in Cleveland and former North Dakota State quarterback Trey Lance is one of ten prospects who is attending the event in-person by accepting a green room invite. Lance is a couple weeks removed from his pro day where 31 teams came to Fargo to watch him…

NDSU Football Coaching Staff Key Part in Keeping Players Minds at Ease Through Cancellations/Postponements

Coaches kept looking ahead to next opponents when bad news struck

FARGO, N.D. – North Dakota State football is getting closer and closer to reliving a feeling that has been taken away over the last two weeks: Gameday.  After having a cancellation and postponement a match-up with Northern Iowa is four days away. During the break, the Bison worked through many adjustments just to stay ready. Having less practice time, both…

CB Josh Hayes Leaves NDSU Football Program

Plans to move closer to home in Florida; enter transfer portal

FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota State football received some hopeful news this morning with no further positive COVID tests in the program. Making this Saturday’s game at Northern Iowa more likely to get played. However, if the the Bison do take the field it’ll be without a key player on defense. Cornerback Josh Hayes has left the program and plans…

Former NDSU Linebacker Cox Doesn’t Participate at LSU Pro Day Due to Injury

Will have another pro day closer to NFL Draft

BATON ROUGE, La. — Former North Dakota State linebacker, Jabril Cox was not a participant at LSU’s Pro Day because of a hamstring injury suffered training. It is not serious and Cox said the team doctor’s told him not to be active as he’s nearing 100 percent recovery. The plan is to hold another pro day closer to the draft…

NDSU Football Players Finding Silver Lining Through Canceled/Postponed Games

This Saturday's game against South Dakota State is PPD until April 17th

FARGO, N.D. — The Dakota Marker game is put on pause as COVID-19 continues to impact North Dakota State football as its game scheduled for Saturday against South Dakota State has been postponed due to multiple positive tests and contact tracing within the program. The match-up with the Jackrabbits is moved to April 17th, the open week made by the…

NDSU Football Anticipates Playing Next Game Against South Dakota State

Last game against South Dakota was canceled due to positive COVID-19 Test

FARGO, N.D. — COVID-19  hit North Dakota State football hard this weekend as the Bison could not play their respective games due to the virus. After having this past weekend’s game against South Dakota canceled just hours before kickoff, NDSU anticipates playing against South Dakota State on Saturday. The Bison were about to leave their hotel and head to the…

NDSU Football’s Watson Helping Pass Game Struggles on Offense

Receiver Christian Watson has 176 yards and two touchdowns in the last two games

FARGO, N.D. — It’s been a struggle for North Dakota State football’s passing game to get going this spring. Averaging just under 132 yards per game, it’s second worst in the Missouri Valley Football Conference, however, over the last two weeks it’s really started to open up thanks to receiver Christian Watson. After starting the first four games with just…

NDSU Football’s Dom Jones Becoming Staple in Defensive Secondary

Has 7 tackles, 2 interceptions in the last two games

FARGO, N.D. — Since losing their first game of the spring against Southern Illinois, North Dakota State football has rattled off three wins a row moving into a tie for first in the Missouri Valley Football Conference. Much of the credit goes to the defense and safety Dom Jones. The red-shirt freshman has balled out with interceptions in the last…

NDSU Football Being Patient With QB Noland

Noland has thrown four interceptions over the last two games

FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota State football made it three wins in a row over-in state rival, North Dakota, Saturday behind a 456 yard performance by the offense moving them up two spots to number two in the latest Stats FCS poll. The run game wore the UND defense down with 316 yards on the ground, 190 coming from fullback…