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Country Kitchen, a family dining restaurant chain, has opened a Casselton, N.D., location.
Jimmy Dykes, an ESPN college basketball analyst, gave Ben Woodside a phone call Saturday morning – less than 12 hours after he poured in his amazing 60 points Friday night.
On back-to-back nights in December 2005, Doug Oliver and C.J. Anderson were visiting the Bison Sports Arena for men’s basketball games against North Dakota State.RELATED CONTENT
I have been asked to join other media members, sports information directors and coaches to vote for Summit League men’s basketball postseason honors. Here’s my two cents’ worth.
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According to the RPI, there are 221 Division I men’s basketball teams better than North Dakota State this season. And there are 119 teams worse than NDSU.
Ron Hunter said his team’s first trip to the Dakotas was the biggest weekend of the season.
At age 28, Dane Fife is the youngest coach in Division I men’s basketball. But he has experienced his share of games on the road – even before he became the head coach for the Indiana Purdue-Fort Wayne team that pounded North Dakota State Saturday 82-63 in a Summit League battle for fourth place.
It’s a sure bet that among the throngs of fans watching North Dakota State play South Dakota State in basketball this weekend, at least one Bison fan was thinking: “This rivalry is nothing like the one with the Sioux.”