FARGO — The 2010 season was something special for the Auburn Tigers, who went undefeated behind Heisman Trophy quarterback Cam Newton. When it came to football in the state of Alabama, the Crimson Tide had to take a back seat.
On the eve of World War I, the British foreign secretary, Sir Edward Grey, looked out of his office window in London and famously remarked to a friend: “The lamps are going out all over Europe, we shall not see them lit again in our time.”
FARGO — Maybe the Western Athletic Conference was using old stationary when it was in communication with the Missouri-Kansas City athletic department in the last several months. Maybe at the top of the letterhead were Boise State, TCU, Tulsa, Hawaii, SMU, Rice, Fresno State, UTEP and San Jose State.
MINNEAPOLIS — After an edge-of-your-seat 4-4 tie between the University of North Dakota and Minnesota on Saturday night that left fans of both teams applauding the entertaining series, Gophers coach Don Lucia stood in front of a swarm of media members and was asked about the raucous atmosphere inside of a sold-out Mariucci Arena.
FRISCO, Texas — Hidden amongst the estimated 14,000 North Dakota State fans that consumed FC Dallas Stadium Saturday was 15-year-old Sam Ihry. First-row seat, 50-yard-line, right behind his heroes: the Bison football players.
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