Moorhead - Mark Wychor was never more excited to play a football game in his life. For he and his Concordia teammates, a win over Bethel would mean more than beating rival St. John’s.RELATED CONTENT
Brookings, S.D. - Much like North Dakota State’s plans to renovate the Bison Sports Arena, South Dakota State officials hope to get rid of its 52-year-old football stadium by the fall of 2016.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - As expected, ESPN’s Lee Corso donned a giant Bison head over his face Saturday morning.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo Back in the 1970s in the Moorhead home of Marlene Kraft, there sat a tiny table in the dining room. You know the kind. The ones relatives will set up for all the kids to sit at for Thanksgiving dinner. There was no food on this table. Only a phone and a folder labeled FM Soccer.RELATED CONTENT
MANHATTAN, Kan. – It may not be worthy of a Sports Illustrated cover, but North Dakota State’s football team made a statement of historic proportions Friday night.RELATED CONTENT
MANHATTAN, Kan. - In perhaps its most challenging regular season game ever, North Dakota State's football team pulled off its biggest upset ever Friday night in front of 53,351 fans at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.RELATED CONTENT
MANHATTAN, Kan. – In its most challenging regular season game ever, North Dakota State’s football team appeared up to the test during the first half of Friday night’s game at Kansas State.RELATED CONTENT
MANHATTAN, Kan. - In perhaps its most challenging regular season game ever, North Dakota State's football team pulled off its biggest upset ever Friday night in front of 53,351 fans at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.
MANHATTAN, Kan. - North Dakota State football fans, tailgating under the hot Kansas sun that generated 100-degree temperatures today, conveyed this message prior to tonight's season-opening showdown with Kansas State: bring on the Kansas heat.
Manhattan, Kan. - Alisa Maso, a senior majoring in political science at Kansas State, will be one of 50,000 cheering for their Wildcats football team to beat North Dakota State tonight.
Fargo - Still wearing a boot on his right foot to protect a broken bone, Taylor Braun managed to throw up a couple of 3-pointers in pregame warmups Thursday. He made one of them.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - Travis Lang returns to the Fargodome this week fully expecting to relive some fond memories he experienced in the facility nine years ago.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - As peculiar as it may seem, Jeff Illies was debating whether to play college football at North Dakota State or Minnesota State Moorhead.
Brookings, S.D. - It was 39 years ago almost to the day when South Dakota State played its first men’s basketball game in Frost Arena. The Jackrabbits lost that game 100-95 to North Dakota State.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - The replay may speak volumes, but North Dakota State’s men’s basketball players have more or less hit the mute button.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - His real name is Paul Casey Bradley. But everyone calls him Gus – a nickname bestowed upon him by his three older brothers growing up in the small southeastern Minnesota town of Zumbrota.RELATED CONTENT
Frisco, Texas - Allen Reed was painting letters on the field where North Dakota State’s football team will be playing for a second straight national championship Saturday.RELATED CONTENT
Minneapolis - It was only about nine months ago when Trevor Mbakwe was devouring some buffalo wings in Fargo-Moorhead.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - There must have been a few hangovers among the 5,168 fans scattered amongst the Fargodome Sunday afternoon.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - The last time Nick Jacobson saw Rick Majerus, they had just finished eating some brownies and ice cream late at night in St. Louis. “I shook his hand and like always I said, ‘Thanks coach, see you soon,’ ” Jacobson recalled of last year’s visit.RELATED CONTENT