BISON FAN BLOG 2014 graduates
I realize we have had some great athletes thatwere bookends for this senior class at NDSU. Great seniors in 2011,2012, 2013 and 2015 and beyond, but the senior class at NDSU Sports World has been noth... Posted on 3/14/14 at 1:36 PM
LIFE IN THE SLOW LANE: A GARDENING BLOG The Plane Truth
I have been out of commission for a week; part of that week was expected and enjoyable while the other half was a nightmare. I am going to keep this as factual as possible since emotions can run high ... Posted on 1/9/14 at 11:54 AM
RENEW ND Bison Nation
Congratulations to the North Dakota State University Bison on winning their third consecutive FCS D-1 National Football Championship!
The FBS schools should ditch the polls and institute a play off p... Posted on 1/5/14 at 12:50 PM
THE NEW FORTY On to a four-peat?
Not once, not twice, but three times - the NDSU Bison football team once again delivered on its promise of superiority by walking away as the FCS champs. The NDSU Bison football program is becoming a ... Posted on 1/4/14 at 5:07 PM
FATHER KNOWS LAST My First Bison Game
It was September 26, 1981; a night Ill never forget
In September of 1981, I began my studies at North Dakota State University. I didnt know much more about the home football team other than they wer... Posted on 10/26/13 at 9:16 PM
MANHATTAN, Kan. – The Alumni Center has a limestone exterior like most of the buildings on the Kansas State University campus, but the interior of the building was flooded with green and gold Thursday night.
FARGO – Tight end Matt Veldman saved his best season for last with the North Dakota State football team. It appears there’s more in the tank.
The 6-foot-7 Veldman turned in an eye-popping performance Wednesday at NDSU’s annual pro day at the Fargodome. Seven NFL teams were represented to get a look at former Bison players Veldman, safeties Daniel Eaves and John Pike, kicker Ryan Jastram, running back D.J. McNorton and defensive end Coulter Boyer.
FARGO – The Division I Football Championship Subdivision national title brought a lot of attention to North Dakota State. Also taking notice were players in Football Bowl Subdivision programs.
Bison head coach Craig Bohl said his program had an unusually high number of contacts from FBS players looking to transfer to NDSU in the last couple of months.
FARGO – The NFL did it last year. The NCAA is taking cue and moving kickoffs up five yards next year in an effort to curb injuries.
The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel last week approved a recommendation that kickoffs will take place at the 35-yard line instead of the 30 with the intent of reducing injuries like concussions in one of the highest-impact plays in the game.
Dan Wood, a 6-foot-4, 240-pound defensive lineman from Pelican Rapids, Minn., will join the North Dakota State football program as a recruited walk-on next season, said Pelican Rapids head coach Dave Haugen.
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