STAFF BLOG BISON MEDIA BLOG Bison PostGame Show - NDSU 27, Northern Iowa 19
WDAY 6 Sports Director Dom Izzo and The Forum's Jeff Kolpack break down 3rd ranked NDSU's 27-19 win over 2nd ranked Northern Iowa.http://www.wday.com/event/article/id/54017/... Posted on 10/30/11 at 1:53 AM
STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Day of the Deployed
The Day of the Deployedevent today at the state Capitol recognized troops and their families for their service.
... Posted on 10/26/10 at 11:23 AM
If enthusiasm and energy were the only requirements for president of North Dakota State University, Dean Bresciani would be highly qualified. As admirable as those qualities are, they are not enough. So, it’s clear the man who was named Monday to lead NDSU also is visionary, intelligent and experienced. His unanimous selection by the state Board of Higher Education indicates board members see in Bresciani a president whose pedigree eminently equips him to take over the helm of the state’s land-grand university and, more importantly, continue the pace of progress the campus has enjoyed for eight years.
NDSU track standout Whitney Carlson has been named the Summit League’s Track and Field Athlete of the Week for the second time this season after winning the pentathlon at the Jack Johnson Classic last weekend in Minneapolis.
North Dakota State has promoted Scottie Hazelton to defensive coordinator.
Hazelton has been the Bison’s defensive line coach since 2007 and also served as an assistant at the school in 2000-01 under former coach Bob Babich, where he mentored under current Seattle Seahawks defensive coordinator Casey Bradley.
Former North Dakota State University President Joseph Chapman accepts no blame for NDSU’s president house controversy in a recent national interview and calls the magnitude of the cost overruns “amazing.”
The former North Dakota State University president did an interview on the $2.07 million house with the Chronicle of Higher Education.
By Amy Dalrymple, Forum Communications Co.
, January 26, 2010
North Dakota State and the University of South Dakota are close to finalizing a contract to play three football games, with the first matchup in Fargo next fall.
NDSU, USD near football scheduling deal
, December 04, 2009
Military veterans attending North Dakota State University say more staffing and a space they can gather on campus could smooth the transition from the armed forces to academia.
Four veterans shared their experiences in a “Students as Veterans” panel discussion Tuesday at the Memorial Union.
By Helmut Schmidt, Forum Communications Co.
, November 12, 2009
As news spread about the resignation of North Dakota State University President Joseph Chapman, NDSU supporters and critics weighed in on the legacy and loss of the university’s 11-year leader.
Mere hours after Chapman’s announcement Wednesday, people started looking to what they hope is next in a leader.
By Jeff Kolpack, Dave Roepke and Helmut Schmidt, The Forum
, October 15, 2009
North Dakota State University President Joseph Chapman, stung by criticism of the ballooning cost of his new home and a $22,000 trip to President Barack Obama’s inauguration for himself and his family, announced Wednesday that he is resigning.
By Dave Kolpack, The Associated Press
, October 15, 2009
The days of North Dakota State contending for a conference football title are over, for now. So are the fourth-quarter rallies.
For all the troubles the Bison have endured in this 1-4 season — position switches, injuries to linebackers and poor pass defense — some clutch play in the final quarter would have gone a long way to at least cover up the problems.
Former LaMoure High School standout Caleb Shockman is transferring from North Dakota State to South Dakota Mines.
Shockman, a 6-foot-6 forward, was a three-year starter for the Loboes, averaging 18.9 points and 8.9 rebounds per game as a senior.
North Dakota State will look to rebound from a season-opening loss when the Bison travel to Sam Houston State this weekend. For an indicator of improvement, look no further than the first play of the game.
It’s a field position battle the Bison struggled with last year. Last week, Iowa State averaged 30 yards per kickoff return in a 34-17 win that included a 60-yard rally-killing return by David Sims after the Bison pulled within 14-7.
Asked to describe what Thursday night’s season opener will be like for him, Iowa State junior quarterback Austen Arnaud’s eyes just lit up.
Arnaud and the Cyclones have waited nine long months for the chance to prove themselves. A lot has happened since the end of last season, with Gene Chizik’s departure and Paul Rhoads’ arrival as coach, and Iowa State’s players are eager to finally get started.
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