Miller has been with the Grand Forks Herald sports department for the past 13 years. He's also a Grand Forks native and UND graduate.
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GRAND FORKS—The University of North Dakota football team's starting quarterback for Saturday's matchup with Big Sky Conference opponent Sacramento State remains up in the air. UND coach Bubba Schweigert said Monday the coaching staff will continue to evaluate the health of starter Keaton Studsrud and the performance of Brad Heidlebaugh and Andrew Zimmerman. Studsrud, who has started games each of the past four seasons, was injured two weeks ago against Northern Colorado in a UND homecoming win. Studsrud finished the game, but became sore in the following days.
MISSOULA, Mont.—Montana linebacker Josh Buss noticed UND quarterback Keaton Studsrud in warmups at Washington-Grizzly Stadium. "I saw his knee wrapped," Buss said. "He wasn't throwing. He was hobbling around." It didn't take long for Buss to figure out what UND coaches were likely trying to keep under wraps as long as they could. Studsrud, though, eventually was added to the long list of injuries for the Fighting Hawks, who continued to struggle in a 41-17 loss to No. 24 Montana on Saturday.
MISSOULA, Mont.—In one of the prettiest settings in college football, the University of North Dakota football team played one of the ugliest games of the Bubba Schweigert Era. Playing without starting quarterback Keaton Studsrud, the Fighting Hawks' offense sputtered as No. 24 Montana rolled to a 41-17 win over UND on Saturday, Oct. 14, in front of 25,085 fans on homecoming at scenic Washington-Grizzly Stadium.
MISSOULA, Mont.—This won't be the first time this season the University of North Dakota football program has traveled west into the mountains to face a fast-paced offense in an unfriendly environment. UND opened the season at Utah against a Top 25 FBS program in front of more than 45,000 at scenic Rice-Eccles Stadium. The parallels can be drawn to today's 2 p.m. matchup with FCS No. 24 Montana for homecoming at 25,000-seat Washington-Grizzly Stadium.
GRAND FORKS, N.D. — University of North Dakota quarterback Keaton Studsrud has started games each of the past four seasons, but because of an injury two years ago, he's never played at Montana's Washington-Grizzly Stadium. Studsrud will make his Missoula debut in front of a potential 25,000 fans on Saturday, Oct. 14, and the Fighting Hawks' captain will enter the Big Sky Conference matchup coming off his best showing in four weeks.
GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- Two University of North Dakota football players were charged Thursday, Oct. 5, with possession of marijuana with intent to deliver. The charges for Andre Randolph and Demon Taylor are Class B felonies and carry a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison.
GRAND FORKS — University of North Dakota running backs John Santiago and Brady Oliveira walked side-by-side into the locker room Saturday evening, Oct. 7, with 5-year-old Crosby Peterson on their shoulders. Earlier this week, Peterson, while wearing a cast on each arm, submitted a video singing the school song and won a contest to travel with the team to Southern Utah later this year. In the locker room, on UND coach Bubba Schweigert's command, Peterson led the football team's traditional rendition of Stand Up and Cheer.
GRAND FORKS—The University of North Dakota football team's season, once filled with excitement and high expectations, has been marred with high-profile injuries, lopsided losses and most recently two arrests. The Fighting Hawks will try to push a little positivity back into the Alerus Center at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 7, when they host Northern Colorado for a Big Sky Conference homecoming matchup.
GRAND FORKS—The University of North Dakota football team's motto, from the beginning of coach Bubba Schweigert's tenure which started four seasons ago, has been "day by day." The program has placed the motto on T-shirts and echoed the sentiments throughout the rebuilding process. The day-by-day approach has taken on additional emphasis this week as UND, reeling from three consecutive losses, prepares for a homecoming matchup Saturday, Oct. 7, against Northern Colorado.
DAVIS, Calif. — The University of North Dakota football team, preseason Big Sky Conference favorite and once ranked in the top 10 of the FCS, visited the West Coast late Saturday night hoping to bounce back following two disappointing losses. Instead, the free fall continued. UC Davis did nearly anything it wanted offensively, racked up a 38-17 halftime lead and beat UND 48-24 in front of 9,508 at Aggie Stadium.