All posts tagged "Summit League"

  • Men's Basketball
    The Fight for First

    NDSU’s men’s basketball team continues to rack up the wins at home, taking care of IUPUI last night 57-48, despite falling behind 9-2, you can watch highlights of the game here. With the win, the Bison moved back into a first place tie with SDSU at 11-3 in the Summit League, each...

  • Men's Basketball
    Out of nowhere

    It’s been a remarkable start for the Bison men’s basketball team, 12-6 on the season, 4-1 in the Summit League, made more remarkable by how young the team and the lack of depth on this squad, NDSU is playing just seven guys regularly. One of the main reasons why the Bison sit...

  • Bison Video Blog: Dylan Miller Commits to NDSU Basketball

    It’s a heavy football time, but the men’s basketball team is making some waves, Dave Richman has locked up his first verbal commitment for the Class of 2015 in Hillsboro, Illinois big man Dylan Miller. Miller is 6’8, he averaged 17 points per game to go along with 10 rebound a game...

  • Decisions And Dates

    The NCAA made a couple of decisions early this week under the radar that could have a major impact on the FCS. First up the Sports Management Cabinet approved a change to the Simple Ratings System (for those that forgot, that’s the FCS version of the BCS rankings, that the playoff committee...

  • Changing Up

    First off thanks to everyone that read and commented on the blog over the last two weeks on our countdown of top moments this school year, understand that some disagreed with what we selected, but that was the fun part about it. We’ll have another video countdown coming in the next two...

  • Date With The Dance

    The unprecedented roll of 2013-14 continued for NDSU athletics on Saturday afternoon in Sioux Falls, already the site of a great Bison victory in March, the school added another when the NDSU baseball team steamrolled Western Illinois 9-0 in the Summit League championship game to earn the school’s first trip to the...

  • Another Chance

    Tod Brown and his NDSU baseball team will go to sleep tonight in the same spot that they have been the last three years; a win away from heading to the NCAA Tournament. The one thing that might be different about this team is how opportunistic they have been. Thursday night against...

  • Thanks

    I understand the most recent blog post got some people riled up and I always appreciate your passion and for reading our blog. Just a couple points and then I’ll move on, I know some have posted that I’m stirring the pot about the NDSU-UND game and that the media is the...

  • Some Updates

    Jeff and I are both bogged down with Fargo Marathon coverage this week, but wanted to give a couple updates on the NDSU front; Jeff has the story running in Wednesday’s paper about NDSU moving forward with a proposal to put a domed roof on Dacotah Field, you can read that here. To...

  • Spencer Eliason

    It took less than 18 hours for NDSU to recover after Jon Sobaski was let out of his letter of intent to fill his scholarship as Chadron, Nebraska’s Spencer Eliason verbally committed. I've committed to play basketball at North Dakota State next year! — spencer (@SpencerEliason) April 30, 2014   Eliason is...

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