FARGO — Wofford College running back Eric Breitenstein is 5-foot-10, 230 pounds and reminds some Bison coaches of former North Dakota State running back Tyler Roehl. And everybody knows what Roehl did to opponents.
FARGO — The victory celebrations have been constant since the minute North Dakota State got back from Frisco, Texas. It included an appearance at halftime of the Bison-University of South Dakota men’s basketball game on Saturday night. In one sense, the party ended Tuesday.
FRISCO, Texas — Scottie Hazelton grabbed his camera and started shooting video of the massive celebration on the FC Dallas Stadium field. Thousands of North Dakota State fans were singing along to Queen’s “We Are the Champions” amid more screaming and yelling than a Kenny Chesney concert.
Rocky Hager has always been an emotional guy. But it was certainly understandable when tears welled up in his eyes as he overlooked the stadium in which North Dakota State’s football team claimed a national championship Saturday.
FRISCO, Texas — North Dakota State went back to a familiar play to score its first touchdown Saturday. The middle screen, which worked so well last year but was heavily guarded by opponents this year, helped the Bison defeat Sam Houston State (Texas) Saturday afternoon.
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