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WATCH: Bison fans celebrate title, Bison offer Davies freshman, more in 10:00PM Sportscast for Jan. 14th

NDSU renews its title tradition as fans had the chance for a meet and greet with Matt Entz following last weekend's FCS Championship.

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North Dakota State's Matt Entz, as the defensive coordinator, gives his players instructions in a FCS playoff game against South Dakota State last December. Michael Vosburg / Forum News Service

FARGO— Six days after NDSU won the program's ninth national championship, fans in Fargo had the opportunity to see the hardware first hand. Bison coaches and fans gathered at Scheels this evening to celebrate the win against Montana State. After a year filled with adversity, Head coach Matt Entz says he's finally been able to exhale and enjoy moments like these with fans.

"This is great to be able to put a name with faces with the people of Fargo, the people who buy the tickets. It's the young people who come to youth camp or high school camps, but being able to let them get to see the trophies, take a picture with it, shake the hands and take a picture with our staff. This is North Dakota's team, this is Fargo-Moorhead metropolitan, this is their team and so we need to all celebrate this together," said Entz.

Bison men's basketball has had it's fair share of adversity as well, from three games already postponed due to Covid-19, to players suffering major injuries. Throughout these hurdles, Head Coach Dave Richman and his team continue to have a next man up mentality. NDSU has won six of its last seven games and as the Bison welcome Western Illinois on Saturday, they know they can't slow down now.

"A big part of who we are and our success has been us focusing in on us. We're playing with some new personnel because some other guys are out. We tweaked some things defensively, just trying to gain our guys a better understanding of those things," said Richman.

You can catch Saturday's 1:00 tip-off on WDAY Xtra and Inforum.com

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Fargo Davies freshman Mason Klabo has his first division one basketball offer and it comes from North Dakota State. Klabo is averaging 27-points this season, which leads the EDC. Klabo is coming off scoring a career high 45-points this week at Fargo North.

Friday also brought together two of the top teams in Class B in North Dakota. Top ranked Four Winds/Minnewaukan moves to ___ with a ___ win against No. 7 Hillsboro/Central Valley.

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