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Remember Where You Came From

I’ve bounced around a few different cities in my life. I was born in Idaho, moved to a little town in North Dakota for a few years and then moved to a much larger city in Minnesota before coming…

the mental health issue

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Dealing With Loss

It was possibly the last game of my high school basketball career. We had been having a phenomenal season and were ready to take the state tournament by storm. The game was played inside Williams Arena, and our first…

wentz draft

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No. 1 in Our Hearts

The roof blew off the state of North Dakota, glass mugs crashed to the bar floor and the Philadelphia Eagles selected Carson Wentz with the No. 2 pick in the 2016 NFL Draft on Thursday. “It was awesome because I…

joe haeg

When Joe Haeg was in ninth grade he was playing football on the B-squad. He ended up walking on at North Dakota State, and now the former Bison offensive tackle has the opportunity to play at the next level:…

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Hard to imagine North Dakota State head football coach Chris Klieman would ever want to leave Fargo. I mean there are seven McDonald’s and 11 Subways. And a Space Aliens. Oh, and I suppose we can’t forget about the…

green and gold game

Carson Wentz wasn’t even playing in Saturday’s Green and Gold spring game, yet he was part of the talk Saturday at Gate City Bank Field. After the 2015 team was given their national championship rings, the PA announcer announced…

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Friends Off the Field

A couple of summers ago, Carson Wentz found himself inside a barn at a dairy farm trying not to throw up. The former North Dakota State quarterback was with two of his best friends, Justin Ledger and Tate Leapaldt, when…

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The keys to the dynasty are back in Easton Stick’s hands, but will the 2016 Bison football team be stuck looking for a former-North Dakota State quarterback in its rearview mirror? Once 1:30 p.m. Saturday strikes inside the Fargodome,…

Bison Roundup | April 18

Softball  The North Dakota State softball team swept South Dakota State in a weekend Summit League series, winning its games 7-2 and 8-2. Both pitching and bats were on display during Friday’s doubleheader. NDSU’s Jacquelyn Sertic finished with 14…

ndsu tennis team

As the youngest club team in the tournament, North Dakota State gained loads of experience at the United States Tennis Association Tennis On Campus National Championship last weekend. NDSU didn’t fare well in the standings, finishing 60th out of…