Kevin Schnepf is the sports editor for The Forum. He has been working at The Forum since 1987.
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It was only 17 days ago when Saul Phillips was the head coach of a North Dakota State men’s basketball team that had just knocked off Oklahoma in the NCAA...
SPOKANE, Wash. — If you are a basketball junkie, Spokane Arena was the place to be Wednesday — on the eve of the most thrilling hoopsfest in the world.
FARGO - March Madness and North Dakota. About a decade ago, the odds of that association were about as astronomical as picking a perfect bracket for the upcoming NCAA men’s...
FARGO — This was eons ago, but I remember to this day overhearing my father complain about my high school basketball coach one night. My heart jumped for joy — since there were a few times I disliked how hard our coach pushed us.
FARGO — If Republican Sen. John McCain is justified in calling Dennis Rodman an idiot, then I think it’s OK for American tweeters to proclaim Richard Sherman as one, too.
FARGO -- After North Dakota State’s football team claimed yet another Division II national championship in 1986, the opposing coach was basically wishing the Bison good riddance. “I wish the...
Frisco, Texas — What does it take to three-peat — something, until Saturday, that had been only accomplished 30 times in the history of major sports in the United States?
FRISCO, Texas — For the last three years, North Dakota State football fans have invaded this town still known as the fastest-growing city in America. And each year, Bison fans see something new here.
FARGO — It was back in 2005, the year Appalachian State’s football team began its string of three straight national championships, when Sean McDonnell experienced his first dome game.
FARGO — Prior to North Dakota State’s dominating 48-14 football playoff win, Gene Taylor, the 56-year-old athletic director at NDSU, was as giddy as a 10-year-old about to open his Christmas presents. There were no signs of stress caused by last week’s announcement that Craig Bohl, the most successful football coach in NDSU history, was departing for Wyoming.