It's official: Grant Olson suffers ACL knee injury, will miss the rest of the season for NDSU's football team
FARGO - It's official. Grant Olson has suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee which will end his season and career for North Dakota State's football team.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - Grant Olson will not play while Marcus Williams could play in North Dakota State's football game Saturday at Youngstown State of Ohio.
FARGO - North Dakota State's men's basketball team, picked to win this year's Summit League championship, opened its season Friday night with a commanding 93-49 win over NAIA team Viterbo, Wis., at the Bison Sports Arena.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Tired of watching games, Brooke LeMar made the most of her debut for North Dakota State’s women’s basketball team Friday night.
FERGUS FALLS, Minn. – They always say the third time is a charm.
FERGUS FALLS, Minn. - After losing to Alexandria twice during the regular season, Moorhead picked the right time to beat the Cardinals Friday night with a 23-25, 25-22, 25-23, 25-15 win to claim the Minnesota Class 3A, Section 8 volleyball championship.
Fargo - In what could very well become the worst season in the 52-year history of Minnesota Vikings football, I will try to pick out some positives for all of you purple-jersey wearing followers who watched your team get embarrassed on prime-time television for the second straight week.RELATED CONTENT
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – The only football team to beat North Dakota State last year didn’t even come close Saturday.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo Tonight when the Minnesota Vikings play the New York Giants in what could be the biggest prime time TV flop since “Sharknado,” Josh Freeman will be the 12th starting quarterback for the Vikings since 2005.RELATED CONTENT
Carbondale, Ill. - Let John Crockett take you inside the huddle of the North Dakota State football team, where he is surrounded by his buddies – his big buddies that make up the offensive line.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - One would reason that Lee Corso’s inadvertent ‘F’ bomb would have created the most controversy ESPN’s College GameDay has ever endured during its 26-year history.RELATED CONTENT
Manhattan, Kan. - The clock had already struck midnight. Bill Snyder Family Stadium, which on a hot Friday night was filled with a record crowd of 53,315, was now empty.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - Earlier this month, tickets went on sale for next January’s FCS championship game in Frisco, Texas. You know, the game North Dakota State’s football team has won the last two years.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - Back when an 8-year-old David Schultz was just starting to learn the game of golf, his father was a WDAY-TV sports anchor. Ed Schultz had no idea in 1991 that he would eventually end up in New York City hosting a nationally televised political talk show.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - Samantha Ponder once tweeted: “Yesterday, we were mistaken for Tony Romo and his wife.”RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - When someone utters the word “dormie,” you know they love the game of golf.RELATED CONTENT
Moorhead - It’s not often when a press conference to announce the hiring of a new coach opens up with a prayer.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - Six months and 14 days ago, the Fargo Force junior hockey team opened its season on an 81-degree, sun-splashed day. It’s been about that long since folks in the Red River Valley have experienced such warmth.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - The one shining moment of my NCAA tournament was picking Louisville to reach the Final Four. That was it. The Cardinals were my only correct Final Four pick … and I had them losing in the semifinals.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - Tim Miles has always had that charm of winning people over – including the scribes and talkers of the Minneapolis media. Perhaps it was just wishful thinking when the Minneapolis Star Tribune floated Miles’ name as a possible candidate for the Minnesota Gopher men’s basketball job.RELATED CONTENT