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Spuds rout Brainerd to advance to Section 8AA semifinals

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MOORHEAD — Moorhead held a 40-4 advantage in shots on goal through two periods against Brainerd on Wednesday but the Warriors still trailed by just two goals.

That changed in the third.

The top-seeded Spuds powered in five third-period goals and routed the Warriors 7-0 in the Section 8AA quarterfinals at the Moorhead Sports Center. >>> Full story here.

The Spuds fired 65 shots on goal against the Warriors Wednesday and advanced to the section semifinals.

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North Dakota State's Jasir Cox celebrates a tackle against Central Arkansas during their football game Saturday, Oct. 3, in the Fargodome. Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor

Bison LB Jasir Cox enters transfer portal

FARGO — North Dakota State lost an impact player to the NCAA transfer portal after all. It's become a family thing to do for the Cox family.

Outside linebacker Jasir Cox announced on his Twitter account that he will use his final year of eligibility elsewhere, presumably at an FBS school.

"Thank you for supporting me chasing my dreams," he wrote.

He'll take a path similar to what his older brother, Jabril Cox, did for his final year when he transferred to LSU in 2020. >>> Full story from Jeff Kolpack here.

FARGO — North Dakota State lost an impact player to the NCAA transfer portal after all. It's become a family thing to do for the Cox family.

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