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WATCH: Bison Media Zone's Monday Morning QB with Steve Walker, the James Madison semifinal episode

Former North Dakota State quarterback Steve Walker breaks down the Bison football game against James Madison, giving his impressions and insights.

Monday Morning Quarterback with Steve Walker

FARGO — Former North Dakota State quarterback Steve Walker helped jumpstart the football program's transition to NCAA Division I with a standout four-year career from 2004-2007.

Walker will help the InForum sports team break down NDSU games this season, analyzing quarterback play and the team as a whole. During his Bison career, Walker completed 534 of 841 passes for 7,033 yards and 60 touchdowns with 21 interceptions in 44 games.

Walker led the Bison to 10-1 records in 2006 and 2007, including a 27-21 win against the Minnesota Gophers during the 2007 season at the Metrodome.

Below is Week 14 of "Monday Morning QB with Steve Walker" after NDSU's 20-14 home victory against James Madison at Gate City Bank Field at the Fargodome in the NCAA Division I FCS semifinals. The Bison improved to 13-1 overall and next play Montana State on Jan. 8 in Frisco, Texas, for the FCS championship. NDSU is playing in its ninth title game since 2011.

Peterson covers college athletics for The Forum, including Concordia College and Minnesota State Moorhead. He also covers the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks independent baseball team and helps out with North Dakota State football coverage. Peterson has been working at the newspaper since 1996.
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