Otis Weah

UND’s Weah Enters Transfer Portal

One of five Fighting Hawks football players to enter portal this offense

GRAND FORKS, N.D — North Dakota running back Otis Weah has entered the transfer portal. The junior missed two games this season for a suspension and illness, leading UND with 159 carries  for 818 yards and  nine touchdowns. The All-American caps off what has been quite the ride in Grand Forks after redshirting in 2018 and being academically eligible in…

“You’re Going To Need A Bunch of People to the Party” NDSU’s Entz on UND’s Weah

Bison defense looking to stop all-American running back Otis Weah

FARGO, N.D. — The countdown continues as North Dakota State and North Dakota are getting closer and closer to that Saturday kick-off in Grand Forks. Its the first conference game for both sides and if the Bison want to extend their Valley opening win streak to 11 its all about stopping one player. UND’s running back Otis Weah put up…

UND Football Looking to Utilize Weah in Even More Explosive Ways This Fall

Moorhead native is a preseason all-American

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — North Dakota football is coming off a successful first spring in the Missouri Valley claiming a share of the league after being picked to finish sixth. It was a breakout season for running back Otis Weah who became an all-American after finishing top ten nationally in rushing yards, yards per carry, rushing touchdowns and yards per…

Moorhead’s Weah Named Preseason All-American for UND Football

Led conference in several different rushing categories

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Defenses make way for Otis Weah because the North Dakota running back is coming for some more hardware. The Moorhead native was named a preseason All-American by Athlon sports. Weah led the Missouri Valley this spring in rushing yards, yards per carry, rushing touchdowns and yards per game.. All were top ten nationally. Weah is one…

UND Football’s Weah Named First Team All-American

Moorhead native led conference in rushing yards, yards per carry, rushing touchdowns and yards per game

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — North Dakota running back Otis Weah becomes the first at that position in the program’s history to be named an all-american and the fifth year at least one player  has been selected -under head coach Bubba Schweigert. The Moorhead native led the conference in rushing yards, yards per carry, rushing touchdowns and yards per game. All…

Bison Hand UND Their First Loss Of Season

NDSU scored on the fifth play from scrimmage and held the lead the rest of the way

FARGO, ND – Fullback Hunter Luepke accounted for 195 yards and three touchdowns in his first football game of the spring to lead No. 4 North Dakota State to a 34-13 victory over second-ranked North Dakota on Saturday, March 20, before a crowd of 9,121 at Gate City Bank Field at the Fargodome. Luepke, who missed the first four games…

UND Football Welcoming Themselves To MVFC Loudly

The Fighting Hawks have won all three of their games since joining the conference and are the only undefeated team in it thus far

GRAND FORKS, ND – He didn’t play a snap in his redshirt season last year. But you wouldn’t know it based on how he’s started off the 2021 campaign. “We’re going to give him the football and he knows we want him to secure the ball. There’s not much you can say,” said head coach Bubba Schweigert. “He felt badly…

Moorhead’s Weah Clears Path for UND Football’s Third Consecutive Win

No. 4 Fighting Hawks took down No. 20 South Dakota, 21-10

GRAND FORKS, N.D – (UND ATHLETICS) To say Otis Weah atoned for an early fumble would be an understatement. The redshirt sophomore running back put the ball on the turf trying to cross the goalline in the first quarter, but ran like a man possessed thereafter, chalking up a career-high 163 yards rushing and a pair of touchdowns as fourth-ranked…

Run Game Helping UND Football to Best Ranking in Program History

Fighting Hawks ranked no. 4 after 2-0 start

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — North Dakota football left the field after Saturday’s upset win over number three South Dakota State as the only undefeated team left in the Missouri Valley Football Conference. Two days later, its earned them their highest ranking in program history at number four. The Fighting Hawks are doing it behind a strong rushing attack. Of the…

Moorhead’s Spud Following Dad’s Footsteps But On A Different Field

Trey Feeney will be the second in his family to play QB collegiality but suiting up in a different uniform

FARGO, ND – If you’re a football fan in the F.M. area, chances are you know Kevin Feeney, a quarterback from 1995 to through 99′ who broke quite a few program records as a Bison. But he’s not the last Feeney to run an offense at the college level. His son Trey, who he now coaches, is heading on a…