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 – There have been decades and decades of quality golfers in the Fargo-Moorhead area with professional aspirations. On Sunday, the tour barrier was finally broken. Amy Anderson, of Oxbow,...
FARGO – If North Dakota State keeps winning and the successor to Craig Bohl is determined sooner rather than later, the Bison could find themselves in an uncommon position: Having...
FARGO – North Dakota State athletic director Gene Taylor said Sunday afternoon that Craig Bohl will coach the North Dakota State football team the rest of the season.
FARGO — The Craig Bohl coaching era at North Dakota State ended abruptly, if not shockingly. The 11th-year head coach will be introduced today as the next head coach at the University of Wyoming.
FARGO — A cultural shift that favored top-ranked North Dakota State took place early in the second half Saturday afternoon at Gate City Bank Field.
FARGO — It was in Ryan Smith’s senior year of high school when it appeared Grandpa Greeno would have a tough time making the drive from his home in Jamestown to Wahpeton. It just so happened Smith’s Wahpeton Huskies were playing the Jamestown Blue Jays.
FARGO — As long as the wind is blowing from the north, air traffic into Hector International Airport takes a southerly approach into the runway, giving opposing college football teams...
FARGO — It hasn’t been the senior year to remember for two of North Dakota State’s high-profile football players. Linebacker Grant Olson saw his season end with a knee injury.
FARGO — The season at one point was heading south when Furman was 2-4 with injuries mounting. Once October rolled around, the Paladins started heading north.
FARGO — The North Dakota State career football record for games played is a two-horse race, so to speak. Cole Jirik and Michael Murphy have yet to miss a game heading into the FCS second-round playoff game on Saturday.