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Kolpack and Izzo Podcast: The Summit League stretch run and Bison football finishes its 2022 class

NDSU basketball still has a shot at the number two seed for the conference tournament

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North Dakota State enters the final month of the conference basketball season with everything at stake.

The men are pushing for a top two seed at the Summit League Tournament, while the women are trying to turn around what has been a disappointing season to date.

The NDSU men knocked off Omaha 71-64 on Thursday night at the SHAC, a game that was much closer than it needed to be for the Bison against a four win Maverick team.

The Bison women got some payback, defeating Omaha on the road 69-53. The Mavericks beat NDSU in Fargo in early January, one of only two wins Omaha has all year in league play.

Each team takes on Denver on Saturday. Kolpack and Izzo discuss the current status of the women's team in comparison to South Dakota and South Dakota State and the gap that is there.

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South Dakota State’s Tylee Irwin gaurds North Dakota State’s Heaven Hamling during their women’s basketball game on Saturday, January 29, 2022, at the Sanford Health Athletic Complex inside the Scheels Center in Fargo.

They also discuss the Summit League's mirror scheduling and what can be done to remedy it for the next season as women's basketball games continue to be left behind in this format.

The guys also discuss NDSU wrapping up the 2022 football signing class, which includes signing a cornerback from Florida that had Power 5 offers.

You can listen to the episode here and past episodes at Inforum.com and Apple Itunes, Google Play and Spotify.

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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