Phoenix Sproles

How NDSU Football Gets Ready for the FCS Championship

KVRR's Nick Couzin shows how NDSU spends time the three weeks getting ready for the Championship

FRISCO, TX — Between the FCS Playoff semifinal game and the Championship, there is a three week gap. In order to come out with a national title, it’s all about how each team handles that time period, In the case of North Dakota State football, the Bison have embraced the extra time even calling it a winter camp based on…

NDSU Football: Entz Seeing Change in Lance Now That He’s Starter

Lance makes his debut as starter Saturday against Butler

FARGO, N.D — As North Dakota State football prepares for its opener against Butler just four days away, starting quarterback Trey Lance has developed more and more into his new role. After being named QB one just over a week ago, beating out junior transfer Zeb Noland and sophomore Noah Sanders for the job, the red shirt freshman is coming…

NDSU Football: Target Field Game Provides Homecoming For Current Players

Phoenix Sproles, Zack Johnson, Marquise Bridges All From Twin Cities Area

FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota State football starts off its season in a bit of a different setting, on a baseball field. The Bison host Butler at Target Field Saturday, home to major league baseball’s Minnesota Twins. For many, its a chance to travel and see their team at a different location for a weekend. For those twin cities NDSU…

NDSU Football: Receivers Sproles and Watson Poised To Lead Wide Out Group

In 12 games combined last year, Sproles and Watson racked up 14 receptions for 199 yards and a touchdown.

FARGO, N.D. — There are new faces all over the North Dakota State football roster with only three starters returning on offense from last season. One of the positions that has the most youth are the wide receivers. If you take a look at the depth chart, no receivers graduate until the year 2021. That puts the group in the…

NDSU Wide Receivers Identify Areas to Improve as Spring Practice Wraps Up

The Bison have a young wide receiving corps with limited returning production

FARGO, N.D. — In 2018, wide receivers caught 107 passes from North Dakota State’s signal callers. Only 14 percent of those went to players who are back on this year’s roster, leavingĀ a lot of room for other guys to step up. Phoenix Sproles hopes to play a big role after appearing in every game as a true freshman last year….