NDSU Football

KVRR Roundtable: Bison Aim to Clinch Share of MVFC

NDSU takes on USD on Saturday.

FARGO, N.D. (NDSU Athletics) — Two of the top scoring offenses in the Football Championship Subdivision look to bounce back from road losses this week when No. 5 North Dakota State (8-1, 5-1 MVFC) hosts 10th-ranked South Dakota (7-2, 4-2 MVFC) in the 44th annual Harvest Bowl game at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 11, at Gate City Bank Field at the…

NDSU FB Focusing on Stopping USD QB Streveler

Streveler leads the FCS is total touchdowns with 29

FARGO, N.D. — One week after getting best by a mobile quarterback from South Dakota State, the Bison have another tough matchup against South Dakota on Saturday. Chris Streveler has 21 passing touchdowns and eight rushing touchdowns in nine games this season. NDSU knows the key to getting a win on senior day will be stopping him. “That quarterback, he’s…

Bison Turn the Ball Over Five times in Loss

NDSU hosts South Dakota next Saturday at the FargoDome.

BROOKINGS, S.D. — The Dakota Marker is staying in Brookings, South Dakota. The 8th-ranked Jackrabbits handed the 2nd-ranked Bison their first loss of the season, which means South Dakota state gets to hang on to the hardware for another year. NDSU says it wasn’t energy or effort that was the issue in this game, rather it came down to all…

Bison Defense Struggle against Goedert, SDSU Offense

NDSU defense surrendered 100+ yards to the Jacks Tight End.

BROOKINGS, S.D. — South Dakota State handed the Bison their first loss of the season, which means the Jackrabbits get to hang on to the Dakota Marker a little while longer. NDSU struggled to stop the three–headed monster that is Taryn Christion, Jake Wieneke, and Dallas Goedert. Christion torched the herd with 329 passing yards and two touchdowns. Goedert looked unstoppable….

SDSU Too Much for NDSU in Battle for Dakota Marker

Jacks hand Bison first loss of the season.

BROOKINGS, S.D. (NDSU Athletics) – No. 8-ranked South Dakota State forced five turnovers and claimed the Dakota Marker trophy for the second straight year with a 33-21 win over No. 2-ranked North Dakota State on Saturday, Nov. 4, before a crowd of 18,130 at Dana J. Dykhouse Stadium. North Dakota State (8-1, 5-1) remains alone in first place atop the…

KVRR Roundtable: NDSU, SDSU Battle for Dakota Marker

NDSU currently ranked no. 2 in FCS.

FARGO, N.D. — NDSU football heads to Brookings on Saturday looking to bring the Dakota marker trophy back to Fargo. The herd lost the trophy last year when they hosted the Jacks in Fargo in a late loss. NDSU will have to try and contain SDSU’s big passing game with receivers Jake Wieneke and Dallas Goedert. The KVRR sports team…

NDSU FB Hoping for Faster Start against Rival SDSU

The Bison are outscoring Valley opponents 25-19 in the first quarter this season

FARGO, N.D. — All season, North Dakota State football has dominated teams in the second half, especially in conference play. Through five Missouri Valley Football Conference games, NDSU outscored opponents 59-7. That makes up for a sluggish first quarter where they have a scoring margin of +5 (24-19). The Bison are hoping to take advantage of South Dakota State’s below-average…

NDSU FB Emphasizing Pressure on Tough SDSU Offense

The Jackrabbits are 4th in the FCS with 40.1 points per game

North Dakota State has its second rivalry game in a row this weekend. After taking down Northern Iowa, South Dakota State is next on the docket as the teams duke it out for the Dakota Marker. SDSU quarterback Taryn Christion recorded 444 all-purpose yards against the Bison a year ago as the Jackrabbits came from behind for a 19-17 win….

NDSU RB Dunn out 4-6 Weeks with Torn Labrum

Lance Dunn leads the FCS with 12 rushing touchdowns on the season

FARGO, N.D. — More bad news on the injury front for North Dakota State as Chris Klieman announced Monday running back Lance Dunn will miss 4-6 weeks with a torn Labrum. Dunn is the team’s leading rusher and has 12 rushing touchdowns on the season. That’s the top mark in the FCS. Klieman decided to pull the redshirt from freshman…

Cox Suspended First Half of Upcoming SDSU Game

Freshman linebacker called for targeting in Saturday's win over UNI.

FARGO, N.D. — Although the Bison won on Saturday against UNI, they still suffered a bit of a loss. Freshman standout linebacker Jabrill Cox was called for targeting on a hit late in the second half and is suspended by the NCAA for the first half of this week’s upcoming game with South Dakota State. The defense did hold UNI to…