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Bison Video Blog: Noah Gindorff's injury and a preview of Youngstown State

The Bison will be without their senior captain tight end for this weekend's homecoming game

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WDAY's Dom Izzo and the Forum's Jeff Kolpack preview North Dakota State's homecoming matchup with Youngstown State.
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North Dakota State returns home Saturday, but will be without one of its captains for the game.

Senior tight end Noah Gindorff is out with an ankle injury, the same ankle that Gindorff broke in the FCS Playoffs last December. Gindorff did not play in the Bison 34-17 win over South Dakota last Saturday. Head coach Matt Entz did not have an update on Gindorff's status outside of the fact that he would not play Saturday.

NDSU will match up with Youngstown State, the Penguins are 2-1 on the season with wins over Duquesne and Dayton and an FBS loss to Kentucky.

Head coach Doug Phillips in his third year, they won three games last year going 3-7, but all three wins were against playoff teams, in beating Incarnate Word, Missouri State and Southern Illinois.

WDAY's Dom Izzo and the Forum's Jeff Kolpack preview the matchup and discuss the upcoming Hall of Fame activities on Friday.

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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