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 - North Dakota State did not waste time in replacing Saul Phillips. The Bison will name Dave Richman as the next head men’s basketball coach. NDSU will hold a...
FARGO — In terms of hiring time, the Saul Phillips-to-Ohio University process was done in warp speed.
FARGO – In terms of hiring time, the Saul Phillips-to-Ohio University process was done in warp speed. The Bobcats hired the North Dakota State head men’s basketball coach, making it...
FARGO – The North Dakota State men’s basketball players didn’t sit around on Sunday and mope about losing their head basketball coach. The team’s lone returning senior called a players-only...
FARGO — Billy Turner’s journey with the North Dakota State football team was documented since his freshman year with the Bison. These days, his quest for the NFL is being filmed, at times, every step of the way.
FARGO — The Fargodome played host to a rodeo last week and a circus this weekend. Those events and the animals that go with them are probably more at home to some players on the North Dakota State football team than others.
FARGO — If you’re going to fill big shoes in the North Dakota State defensive line, you might as well do it with guys who have big shoes. Ladies and gentlemen, introducing freshman Nate Tanguay, the heir apparent at defensive tackle, who stands 6-foot-4 and 288 pounds.
FARGO — There will be a presence from William Ryan, William Ryan II and William Ryan III at the NCAA men’s basketball Final Four this weekend in Arlington, Texas.
FARGO — Kevin Vaadeland walked off the first North Dakota State spring football practice on Saturday afternoon without the aid of a cane or any noticeable hint of arthritis. It’s sort of been the standing joke with his teammates — he’s the oldest player on the team and everybody involved has enjoyed the banter.
FARGO — The bus carrying football players from the University of Missouri was pulling up to the Cotton Bowl in Dallas in early January when the starting right guard noticed familiar school colors. Connor McGovern saw some North Dakota State fans walking into the game.