Dom Izzo

  • Wrapping Up

    Well National Signing Day is almost here, about 14 minutes by my count. Jeff has done his projections for the stars of the 2011 class, but the truth is; we really won’t know for a couple of years. The difference with this past year was that there was immediate need at several...

  • The Class Is Done

    Looks like the Bison Football Class of 2011 is complete, just two days before signing day, got confirmation from Coach Dan O’Keefe at De La Salle High School in Chicago, that Josh Lisenby has verballed to NDSU. Lisenby, 6’3, 245 pounds was a 3 year starter, and 2 time all League player the...

  • The Search Ends

    The Bison have found their new volleyball coach and didn’t have to look to far, Sources tell WDAY 6 Sports that Kari Thompson will be promoted from interim head coach to head coach at a news conference tomorrow afternoon.  Thompson took over in October when Erich Hinterstocker resigned after allegations of verbal...

  • We’ll Find Out…

    Quite a bit about the Bison men’s basketball team this week. NDSU returns home to start a four game homestand this Thursday. This week’s games will be the toughest conference tests yet, as IPFW and Oakland come to the BSA, sitting 2nd and 1st in the league respectively.  IPFW is 5-2 in...

  • Andrew Okland

    Just got word that Fargo South standout Wide Receiver Andrew Okland has verbally committed to NDSU for 2011. Okland had a monster senior season, racking up 11 touchdowns and 706 yards despite missing 5 games with a knee injury. Okland told me he loved NDSU’s music program and was in his words “a...

  • Carson Wentz

    Just got off the phone with Bismarck Century Head Coach Ron Wingenbach who confirmed to me that Quarterback Carson Wentz has verbally committed to NDSU. Wentz is the younger brother of Zach Wentz, the star pitcher/first baseman for the Bison baseball team. Wentz was a first-team all-state quarterback for the Patriots and...

  • Interesting Read…

    Thought Bison fans would enjoy this column on ESPN.com, could the Connecticut Women’s basketball team, winners of 90 straight games beat the winless Centenary Men, who have just 4 scholarship players and are winless this season? Centenary is dropping out of Division I to D-3 after this season, leaving the Summit League…here’s...

  • Happy New Year!

    Couple things to update on…recruiting dead period for football coaches, limited to one call and no visits, but expect everything to pick up after the first of the year, NDSU has 10 verbal commitments to date, with 15 seniors graduating. On to the basketball front, Bison men lost a heartbreaker last night...

  • Season Wrap-Up

    Just sat down with Craig Bohl to put a cap on the 2010 season, questions ranging from the Eastern Washington game to starting quarterback for next year, two part  interview tonight and tomorrow night at 10 on WDAY 6 Sports. UPDATED: Here’s the link to last night’s piece: http://www.wday.com/event/article/id/42283/ UPDATED AGAIN! Here’s the...

  • Doubling Up

    The recruiting season got a later start than most years at NDSU, but the Bison are making up for it now. NDSU received two verbals Thursday, the first from Jordon Champion from Westview, Arizona, the 3rd recruit from Arizona. Champion is a 5’9, 170 pound running back and defensive back, his head coach...

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