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Former NDSU quarterback Quincy Patterson transferring to Temple

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North Dakota State's Quincy Patterson hands off to Dominic Gonnella for a run against Albany during their football game Saturday, Sept. 4, 2021, in the Fargodome. Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor
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Quincy Patterson will have one more chance to play quarterback at the FBS level.

The former North Dakota State quarterback told ESPN on Wednesday night he is transferring to Temple. Patterson started seven games for the Bison, winning each of those games before Cam Miller took over in the third quarter of NDSU's game against Missouri State.

Patterson tallied six passing touchdowns, seven rushing scores, along with four interceptions. >>>Full story here.

The former North Dakota State quarterback announced his transfer intentions last week.

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RedHawks win a battle of arms with Kansas City

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Kevin McGovern worked a solid seven innings and Drew Ward and Leo Pina both doubled in runs as Fargo-Moorhead defeated Kansas City 2-1 Wednesday in the second game of a three-game set at Legends Field.

McGovern, the RedHawks' new pitching coach this season, certainly got himself ready for his start. He allowed a run — Darnell Sweeney's solo homer in the sixth — on three hits, he walked two and struck out 11.

Reliever Joe Jones worked a scoreless eighth and struck out two and Alex DuBord set the Monarchs down in order in the ninth to get the save. >>> Full story here.

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On Sunday, that meant scoreless performances from Cody Stashak, who followed Paddack and threw 2⅔ innings, Caleb Thielbar, who struck out all three batters he faced, Joe Smith, Tyler Duffey and Emilio Pagán, who locked down the save after allowing a pair of baserunners in the ninth.

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