SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Nobody knows flooding better than North Dakota State fans who live along the Red River. So when the Summit League was reduced to seven NCAA-eligible teams this season, the prevailing doom-and-gloom thought was this: Is the levee about to break?
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – A tough season ended for the North Dakota State women’s basketball team, but not before the Bison toughed it out. A big second-half rally fell short Saturday afternoon in the Summit League tournament quarterfinals.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – North Dakota State heads into the Summit League tournament with seven straight losses and the thought of its women’s basketball coaching staff being done after the season. There are no expectations.
FARGO – After four surgeries and the prospect of another one, Josh Colville’s right knee gave him two words of advice: That’s enough.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – The walls are light yellow, the cabinets have that cheap wood look and a radiator takes up about a third of one entire wall. When Ade Sponberg occupied the North Dakota State athletic director’s office in the 1970s, it was probably cool. In 2014, it’s called outdated.
FARGO – Goodbye, Bison Sports Arena. Hello, Scheels Center. In the next two years, the big, white square building on the North Dakota State campus will be virtually gutted and rebuilt.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – The last time these teams played, it was Taylor Braun who was sick. On Thursday, whatever inflicted the North Dakota State senior was transferred to the entire University of South Dakota team.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – This weekend is the last chance for Division I track and field teams across the country to qualify for the national indoor championships. And for 1,600-meter relay teams in major conferences like the Southeastern or Pac-12, they must be scratching their collective heads at the No. 9 team on the list.
Fargo - The Dale and Tracie Bjorklund farm near Arlington, Minn., is 2,400 acres of mainly corn, soybeans and livestock. You don’t punch in at 8 a.m. and go home for dinner at 5 p.m. very often.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Some of it will depend on the weather, but North Dakota State is set to begin its first spring football season under new head coach Chris Klieman at the end of March.
Fargo - As a singer in the popular local band The Front Fenders, Paul Bougie knows the value of combining a little fun with a good product.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - The image will not be soon forgotten by those of us who saw it outside a Toyota Stadium locker room in Frisco, Texas. Craig Bohl was walking west and Chris Klieman was walking east.
Fargo - One of the featured speakers at this weekend’s Blue Key Honor Society national conference will be addressing the topic of inspiration and achievement. It’s an area Amanda Smock could probably write a book about.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - The North Dakota State winter commencement is at 4 p.m. today at the Bison Sports Arena. We’re not sure of this, but rumor has it ESPN is going to televise the graduation ceremony live.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - It was 2007 when the University of Illinois football fans were frustrated and outraged by the school deciding to get rid of Chief Illiniwek, the school mascot. For a period of time, the Illini backers probably forgot that mascots don’t win football games, the players do.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - Marcus Williams was better known in high school as a basketball player who also was a receiver on the football team. He was a guard on an undefeated Minnesota state championship team at Hopkins that could have beaten most prep teams in the country.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - As long as the wind is blowing from the north, air traffic into Hector International Airport takes a southerly approach into the runway, giving opposing college football teams a good view of the Fargodome.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - Nobody can express the exact reasons why, but for some reason, the fall football camp at North Dakota State in 2010 was different. The atmosphere, the chemistry, the team dynamic – all just a little bit different.RELATED CONTENT
Terre Haute, Ind. - There were 67 seconds left in the halftime intermission when the football players from Indiana State emerged from the locker room. There were folks wondering if they were going to come out at all.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - The day started with rain, wind and cold – not exactly a postcard kind of day for the thousands of professional tailgaters before every North Dakota State football game. So they had to improvise.RELATED CONTENT