NDSU Football

Former NDSU O-Lineman Volson Already Catching Eyes in Cincinnati

The rookie making an impact after OTA's and Mini-Camp

FARGO, N.D — Former North Dakota State offensive lineman Cordell Volson is enjoying his time with the Cincinnati Bengal’s since being drafted in the fourth round of April’s NFL Draft. With his old team coming off a national championship and his new team winning the AFC and going to the super bowl, it’s been a great fit. “I’m excited to…

Easton Stick “Confident” Heading into Year Four With The Chargers

Stick was all-time winningest QB in FCS

FARGO, N.D — Former North Dakota State Quarterback Easton Stick enters the last year of a four-year deal with the Los Angeles Chargers and can become an unrestricted free agent. He’s not thinking about that, however as the Bolts look to make the playoffs in year two under head coach Brandon Staley. Stick says the energy at the facility is…

Former NDSU QB Wentz Talks Entering 7th Year in NFL

Starting it with new team in Commanders

FARGO, N.D — it’s a new beginning for former Bison QB Carson Wentz, who for the second year in a row will suit up for a new team in the Washington Commanders after being traded this offseason. The experience has already been a positive one. “It’s a young squad with tons of talent. It’s been a lot of fun,” Wentz…

Carson Wentz’s AO1 Charity Softball Game Creating Strong Bond Among Former Bison Players

Third annual event in Fargo at Newman Outdoor Field

FARGO, N.D — Its the summer tradition every fan of Bison nation looks forward to. The third annual A01 charity softball game hosted by former North Dakota State quarterback Carson Wentz at Newman Outdoor Field. Wentz brings back some of the best offensive and defensive players from past teams to play with each other once again on the field all…

NDSU-Arizona Game on September 17th to Kick at 10 P.M.

First FBS game for the Bison since 2016

FARGO, N.D — They’ll be late night with the bison this fall as kick-off times were announced for the football season and the match-up with Arizona on September 17th is scheduled for 10 p.m. Besides the homecoming game against Youngstown state every other game kicks at 2:30. The wildcats are the first FBS team to play NDSU since Iowa in…

Former Bison QB Patterson Transfers to Temple

Has two years of eligibility left

FARGO, N.D. — Former North Dakota state quarterback, Quincy Patterson, has found a new home with Temple. Patterson went 7-0 this past season throwing for 660 yards and seven touchdowns before losing the starting job to Cam Miller. The Owls went 3-9 last year and joins a first year head coach in Scott Drayton. Patterson has two years of eligibility…

Broncos Resign Former Bison Zack Johnson

Signed to practice squad

DENVER, CO — Former bison offensive lineman, Zack Johnson was resigned to the Denver Broncos practice squad. It’ll be Johnson’s second stint with the Broncos after previously signing with the team in November of 2021. Going undrafted out of North Dakota state in 2019, Johnson has also spent time with the Green Bay Packers and the Arizona Cardinals. He has…

QB Quincy Patterson Transferring From NDSU

Changed his social media profiles to NDSU alum & retweeting reports of his transfer

FARGO, N.D — Quarterback Quincy Patterson has confirmed to KVRR Sports he’s transferring from North Dakota State. A source and report from Matt Farrell, who announces college football portal news, had previously confirmed of his name in the transfer portal. Patterson has been the number two behind starter, Cam Miller, all through spring however, has now changed all his social…

Volson to Bengals

Cordell Volson is Headed to Cincinnati

  LAS VEGAS: The bison sent another player to the NFL today. The AFC Champion, Cincinnati Bengals needed to add more protection for joe burrow; Forever bison Cordell Volson will be his new bodyguard. The Bengals selected Volson with the 31st pick of the 4th round, the 136th overall pick. At 6 foot 6 and 315 pound, the Bengals got…

Green Bay Packers Pick NDSU’s Christian Watson With No. 34 Pick

LAS VEGAS, Nevada —  The Green Bay Packers used the 34th pick in the Draft from the Minnesota Vikings to select North Dakota State Receiver Christian Watson. Watson joins four-time NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers and the NFC North Champions. The FCS All-American becomes the first NDSU receiver to be drafted since 1985.   Categories: College, KVRR Sports Extra, Top Sports…