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Kolpack and Izzo Podcast: South Dakota game preview

The Bison wrap the regular season with a chance at an outright conference title Saturday

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The winding road of the FCS regular season comes to an end this Saturday.

North Dakota State has everything to play for, a conference title outright and top three playoff seed with a win against South Dakota.

The Coyotes enter with a ton of momentum after the "Ver-Miracle" last weekend, scoring on a Hail Mary to beat South Dakota State 23-20. USD enters with a 7-3 record, they have wrapped up a playoff spot. for the first time since 2017. USD has lost its three games by a combined 17 points.

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The guys discuss the game and the seniors that have decided to either move on or return for an extra season. By our count, the Bison could have ten starters back for the 2022 season.

You can listen to the show here or at Apple Itunes. Past episodes are available at Inforum.com.

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