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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SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — A North Dakota State men’s basketball season that wasn’t supposed to amount to much has a chance to amount to something spectacular.
FARGO — Last year’s Senior Night presentations for the North Dakota State men’s basketball team went so long that it was practically an event in itself. There were six players to honor, all of whom made their mark in some fashion in program history.
FARGO — The second-leading scorer on the North Dakota State men’s basketball team — A.J. Jacobson — is about the same size and took the same redshirt path as last year’s leading scorer. Is Jacobson the next Taylor Braun?
FARGO — It was strike three on Tuesday for Western Carolina showing up at North Dakota State for a football game with the Bison. The Catamounts bought out of the 2016 season opener — the third time NDSU saw them disappear from the schedule.
FARGO — Members of a Fargodome committee peered into the future this week when they reviewed expansion concepts ranging from the basic to the extravagant, with price tags reflecting the...
FARGO — Perhaps the turning point came so early for North Dakota State that nobody really knew it was a turning point. Put it this way: The Bison offense looked like a disorganized bunch the first two times it had the ball in the season opener against Iowa State.
FARGO — The game was over and the awards ceremony on the north stage of Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas, began to disperse. But with the North Dakota State specialists like punter Ben LeCompte, there was still work to be done.
FRISCO, Texas -- This week, North Dakota Rep. Kevin Cramer can look forward to two dozen caramel cupcakes from a Normal, Ill., bakery he won by virtue of a bet...
FRISCO, Texas — As history goes, there are not many football minds from the state of North Dakota who have the credentials of Randy Hedberg. There are not many who can say they started the first game of their NFL rookie season, at quarterback no less.
FRISCO, Texas — Ready or not, Zach Vraa is going to give it a go Saturday when North Dakota State plays in the Division I FCS national title game.