North Dakota State

NDSU CB Bridges Excited to Live up to High Expectations

The senior cornerback is embracing his leadership role

For the team’s third spring practice Monday, North Dakota State football wore pads for the first time. The players say it doesn’t just mean the physicality is amplified; the tempo is increased too. The 16 seniors are the roster are leading the charge with what to expect for some of the younger guys just getting into the swing of things….

Deng Geu Intends to Transfer from NDSU Men’s Basketball Program

The upcoming seniors averaged 9.6 points per game in 2018-19

FARGO, N.D. — NDSU men’s basketball did not have any seniors on this year’s team, but it is not looking like everyone is coming back next season. Deng Geu announced on twitter that he intends to transfer from the program. The redshirt junior will be a grad transfer, meaning he won’t have to sit out a season. He did not…

Former NDSU RB Anderson Shows off Versatility at Bison Pro Day

Bruce Anderson says he finally feels healthy after being banged up for much of the season.

FARGO, N.D. — Former NDSU running back Bruce Anderson says he finally feels healthy after being banged up for much of the season. He had to drop out from the Senior Bowl after an injury. Anderson spent the last 12 weeks, since the National Championship game, getting NFL ready. At pro day on Thursday, he even caught some passes from…

NDSU’s Jabril Cox Ready for Challenge of Minor Position Change

Cox is moving from Sam linebacker to Will linebacker for the spring

FARGO, N.D. — Linebacker Jabril Cox stepped into his leadership role a little earlier than most North Dakota State players. As a redshirt freshman, he led the team in tackles, and he accomplished the same feat last year as a sophomore. “He’s a special athlete,” head coach Matt Entz said. “He’s a special football player, but he can continue to…

Easton Stick Reveals Offseason Improvements at NDSU Pro Day

Stick threw for 21 NFL scouts at NDSU on Thursday

FARGO, N.D. — At the NFL Combine in the first week of March, Easton Stick really shined with his speed and agility. Only two quarterbacks ran a faster 40-yard dash, but none of them were quicker in the shuttle run or three-cone drill. On Thursday, he participated in NDSU’s Pro Day to try and impress NFL scouts with his arm….

QB Easton Stick Highlights Group of 14 Set to Participate at NDSU’s Pro Day

The Bison have their Pro Day on Thursday

FARGO, N.D. — NDSU football is holding its Pro Day on Thursday with 14 former Bison trying to wow scouts enough to end up with a professional job. Easton Stick is the biggest Bison name in the draft class. At the NFL Combine, he ran the third-fastest 40-yard dash among quarterbacks. He was the fastest in the three-cone drill and the…

NDSU Spring Practice to Focus on Individual Growth

The Bison begin spring practice on Wednesday

FARGO, N.D. — NDSU is starting its spring practices a week later than normal. First-year head coach Matt Entz says this has a lot to do with giving the new coaching staff some extra time to get ready. Wednesday marks the first of the 15 allotted practices. The Bison always emphasize the importance of having time off, because their offseason…

Bison Fans Give Their Predictions For NCAA Tournament Matchup With Duke

COLUMBIA, S.C. -North Dakota State men’s basketball is playing one of the biggest games in team history. On the national stage, they square off with the number one team in the country, Duke. KVRR Sports Director Keith Albertson is in Columbia, South Carolina at the site of the region games and gets fans’ predictions. Categories: Local News, North Dakota News…

NDSU Vying to Overcome Size, Skill Disparities against Duke

Duke is the top team in the country and takes on the Bison Friday night

COLUMBIA, S.C. — Thousands of fans packed into Colonial Life Arena in Columbia, S.C., Thursday afternoon just to watch the top-ranked Duke Blue Devils practice. The biggest draw, of course was freshman Zion Williamson, who will likely be the top pick in this year’s NBA draft. It is easy to understand why that might cause some mismatches for North Dakota…