All posts tagged "Grant Olson"

  • Football
    Bison Video Blog: Preps for Indiana State

    A newsy Monday with North Dakota State football, as the Bison deal with another season-ending injury to...

  • Football
    Travis Beck

    Ran into Travis Beck the other day at practice and the former Bison linebacker still looks like...

  • Bison PostGame Show vs Illinois State

    NDSU improved to 9-0 on the season Saturday with a 28-10 win over Illinois State, the 18th straight win for the Bison, but in the process lost a key cog of the team. Starting linebacker Grant Olson, who has played in all 53 games over the past 3 plus years went down...

  • 2013 Countdown: #34

    It’s in the neighborhood of 34 days before opening night at Kansas State and when it comes to player numbers, this is perhaps the easiest to peg. No. 34 is the man who makes this team tick Senior linebacker Grant Olson is the leader in more ways than his team-leading 148 tackles...

  • Bison Video Blog: New Year’s Day Edition

    New Year’s Day has traditionally been a day dedicated to college football and today was no different in Fargo; especially after news circulated last night that starting middle linebacker Grant Olson was in the hospital. Craig Bohl stated today that he will travel to Frisco and looks probable to play Saturday against...

  • Olson ‘probable’ for Sam Houston

    I wrote a post earlier this season that the Bison can live without players here and there, but the one they absolutely cannot lose is linebacker Grant Olson. The guy is a captain, is intelligent and is a leader both emotionally and physically on defense. So what happens this week? Social media...

  • Grant Olson is the CAL (Can’t Afford to Lose) player

    The departure of the starting running back for most of the Missouri Valley Football Conference would not be a promising thing. This is my fifth year covering the league since NDSU joined in 2008 and very few teams have a No. 2 guy who is close or just as good as the...

  • They do it without fanfare

    It was the peak of the playoffs last last December and I asked former NDSU tight end Matt Veldman about a story I wanted to do on his work with some underprivileged kid or kids. Not sure exactly what the story was. Whether it was out of modesty or the fact it was a subject...

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