Jeff Kolpack covers North Dakota State athletics, the Fargo Marathon and golf for The Forum. His blog can be accessed at www.bisonmedia.areavoices.com. On the radio, Kolpack & Izzo sports talk show runs from 9-11 a.m. every Saturday morning. April through August, the WDAY Golf Show with Jeff Kolpack runs from 8-9 a.m.
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FARGO — Chase Morlock left North Dakota State football practice on Wednesday in a yellow T-shirt and shorts. He hopes to leave Jack Trice Stadium in nine days in a white jersey and green pants.
FARGO — Spring football was all set for King Frazier to show that he belonged as one of the regular running backs at North Dakota State. He didn’t get a chance.
FARGO — A few North Dakota State football players took to Twitter to have a little fun when the Bison said safety Christian Dudzik may also play some wide receiver this season. They wondered why defensive end Mike Hardie wasn’t in the mix for a receiver spot.
FARGO — The search committee responsible for screening applicants for the athletic director position at North Dakota State made its first move on Tuesday morning. The list is down to seven.
WINNIPEG — The door to the Saskatchewan Roughriders visitors’ locker room was deep inside an Investors Group Field hallway and it was still hard to hear Ryan Smith talk over the stadium music. The new $210 million Winnipeg Blue Bombers football facility was showing off its dynamic sound system, turning it into the biggest dance club in Canada.
FARGO — It was a joyful airplane ride from Frisco, Texas, to Fargo in January with the North Dakota State players celebrating and reliving a FCS national title victory. At least one player, however, was looking ahead.
FARGO — The job of the football sports information director at North Dakota State just got a little more confusing next year. It may be time to bring out the middle initial on the roster sheet.
FARGO — Volunteers were busy doing what they do to keep Jack Williams Stadium in good shape on Tuesday morning in preparation for this week’s American Legion Central Plains Regional baseball tournament.
FARGO — North Dakota State conducted its first football practice of the season on Monday. And for the first time since 2003, somebody else blew the whistle signifying the beginning of the first drill.
FARGO — The constant FCS story with North Dakota State in the offseason was the loss of 23 seniors from a team that won three straight national titles. In essence, it became 23 reasons why the Bison will have a tough time making it four straight.