Peterson covers small college athletics for The Forum, including Concordia College and Minnesota State Moorhead. He also covers the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks independent baseball team and helps out with North Dakota State football coverage. Peterson has been working at the newspaper since 1996.
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FARGO — Bob and Judy Keller drove 22 hours from Pennsylvania to watch their grandson play Saturday afternoon at Gate City Bank Field.
FARGO — ESPN “College GameDay” analyst Kirk Herbstreit doesn’t think NCAA Division I FBS teams should play FCS teams, with one asterisk: North Dakota State.
FARGO — ESPN “College GameDay” is returning to North Dakota State for a second consecutive season, leaving many simply asking: Why? “Why not?” said Lee Fitting, senior coordinating producer for the popular college football pregame show. “I haven’t heard a good reason for the ‘Why not?’ yet. Our job is to tell the best stories within the sport of college football.”
OGDEN, Utah — When North Dakota State looked in trouble Saturday night at Stewart Stadium, the defense delivered.
AMES, Iowa — New head coach, new starting quarterback and a primarily new offensive line, but the same old Bison.
FARGO — Single-game tickets for the North Dakota State football team were devoured by lunch time the first day they went on sale for a second year in a row.
FARGO — Ryan Smith admits he’s still learning the Canadian Football League rules — which differ from the American rules he followed in his high school and college careers.
FARGO — The Miami Dolphins made Brock Jensen feel wanted. That’s why the former North Dakota State quarterback decided to head to Miami.
NEW YORK — Near the end of the second round of the NFL Draft on Friday, Billy Turner got word where his football career is taking him next.
MINNEAPOLIS — A four-year starter for a three-time national champion, Billy Turner has spent most of the past four years in the limelight.