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Bison Media Zone's 2020 Summer Video Series

Keep up on the Bison football team by following the Bison Media Zone summer video series

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North Dakota State's Adam Cofield leaps for a touchdown plunge in the first quarter against James Madison during the NCAA FCS championship game at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas, on Saturday, Jan. 11, 2020. David Samson / The Forum

So what does North Dakota State do for an encore after a 16-0 season, a national championship and the first Walter Payton Award winner in school history?

That's the question as the countdown to a new season reaches a high gear. As the date draws closer to the 2020 season opener at Oregon, the Bison Media Zone has content to get fans ready for a new season. For the seventh consecutive year, there will be different stories and storylines to prepare Bison fans for the new season.

Here are the different stories with links to follow throughout the summer.

Bookmark this site as it will be updated frequently.

Top five FCS teams to watch in 2020

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Top Bison opponents in 2020:

Oregon's Kayvon Thibodeaux

Northern Iowa's Isaiah Weston

SDSU's Pierre Strong

Illinois State's Romeo McKnight

North Carolina A&T's Jah-Maine Martin

SDSU's Cade Johnson

2020 Schedule Preview Series:

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September 5th: Oregon Ducks

September 12th: Drake Bulldogs

September 19th: North Carolina A&T Aggies

September 26th: Northern Iowa Panthers

October 3rd: Illinois State Redbirds

October 10th: Indiana State Sycamores

October 17th: South Dakota State Jackrabbits

October 24th: Youngstown State Penguins

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July 20 - 27th: Bison breakthrough players

July 29 - August 5th: Most valuable Bison

Izzo's Missouri Valley Preseason Poll and all-conference teams

Missouri Valley's top returning players

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North Dakota State wide receiver Christian Watson breaks away from Montana State defensive back Jahque Alleyne on his 70-yard touchdown run Saturday, Dec. 21, during the Division I FCS semifinals at the Fargodome. David Samson / The Forum


Dom Izzo is the Sports Director at WDAY-TV. He began working for WDAY in 2006 as the weekend sports anchor and was promoted to Sports Director in 2010.
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