FRISCO, Texas - Hidden amongst the estimated 14,000 North Dakota State fans that consumed FC Dallas Stadium Saturday was 15-year-old Sam Ihry. First-row seat, 50-yard-line, right behind his heroes: the Bison football players.RELATED CONTENT
FRISCO, Texas - Frisco Mayor Maher Maso wote on Twitter that, by his estimate, 9,000 North Dakota State football fans showed up at Dr Pepper Ballpark on Friday night.RELATED CONTENT
FRISCO, TEXAS – The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence. In the case of the grass North Dakota State’s football team will be playing on in today’s national championship game, it has become greener underneath a giant tarp.RELATED CONTENT
FRISCO, TEXAS – Call it a mobile advertisement for North Dakota State football.RELATED CONTENT
The Bison posted a convincing win over famed Grambling College to cap a perfect 11-0 season and take firm hold of the No. 1 national ranking in College Division football.RELATED CONTENT
FRISCO, Texas - Craig Bohl saw the figure standing behind a fourth-floor motel window as plain as day. He could tell the figure was peering through a set of binoculars, observing his North Dakota State football practice being held about 200 yards away. Was it a spy from Sam Houston State – the team NDSU will play in Saturday’s Football Championship Subdivision national title game?RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - The Fargodome was empty and quiet – nearly 90 minutes after North Dakota State’s football team survived the most dramatic playoff game in school history Friday night.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - Imagine yourself standing in a thunderstorm surrounded by jackhammers and chainsaws. That’s what the noise was like cascading down on North Dakota State’s football team Friday night in the Fargodome.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - Georgia Southern has high hopes of knocking off top-ranked North Dakota State on Friday night. But it’s their aspirations off the football field that may have more of an impact on NDSU.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - North Dakota State football players Billy Turner and Marcus Williams have been selected to the Associated Press first team Football Championship Subdivision All-American team.
Normal, Ill. - There was a time Saturday when the play of top-ranked North Dakota State looked as messy as the construction site behind its bench.
Fargo - Don Morton strolled onto Gate City Bank Field two hours before Saturday’s college football showdown between North Dakota State and South Dakota State.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - To say that Erv Inniger is pumped up is like saying Santa Claus is jolly. It goes without saying.RELATED CONTENT
Moorhead - Back in 1997, about the time the Red River was swallowing up Grand Forks, Glenn Caruso was in Ithaca, N.Y., soaking up his father’s advice.
Fargo - David Taylor, a distance running junkie who once got to try on Steve Prefontaine’s Olympic warmup uniform, proclaims this fall as the golden age of high school cross country.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - Johnny Towalid walked out of a jubilant locker room directly into a cheering throng of Indiana State football fans.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - A turnover ended the 2010 season for North Dakota State’s football team. Since then, turnovers have been as rare as finding an empty Fargodome seat for a Bison game.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - It’s rare when the president, athletic director and football coach from North Dakota State University appear together to make a major announcement.RELATED CONTENT
Moorhead - The “Nightmare on Eighth Street,” playing like a never-ending series of horror flicks for Concordia’s football team, finally had a happy ending Saturday.RELATED CONTENT
Hard to believe. But next year at this time, it will already be a decade since the University of North Dakota and North Dakota State have played each other in football.