The Bison are keeping key players and look to be dominant again in 2022
Follow this local sports podcast on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.
The WDAY Sports Minute is brought to you by The Clinic: Family Health and Sports Chiropractic .
A little more than a week has gone by since North Dakota State was celebrating a ninth Division I championship in Frisco, Texas.
But as soon as the victory over Montana State was over, fans were starting to look ahead to the 2022 season.
The Bison will get a boost of players back on offense and defense that are using an extra year of eligibility because of Covid that will make NDSU a lock to be the favorites to win another title in 2022.
Dom Izzo breaks it down here:
49ers hold off late push, eliminate Cowboys
FARGO — Fargo Park Board commissioners approved bids about $1 million below estimates to construct the indoor Fargo Sports Complex in south Fargo starting this spring.
The bids totaled $77.6 million, coming from 35 subcontractors under the direction of McGough Construction Co., which has an office in Fargo and built the city's highest building downtown when constructing the RDO tower.
The construction of the indoor facility will hold a turf soccer field, five basketball and volleyball courts, an indoor track, community rooms and new administrative offices for the park district will start in mid-April to May, according to Park District Executive Director Dave Leker.
More on yesterday's NFL playoff action: