North Dakota State is set to play on the East Coast for just the seventh time in program history when they face the Towson Tigers Saturday night in Maryland.
It marks the second trip in three years after the Bison blew out Delaware in September of 2019. Towson enters this game with a record of 1-1, after losing its conference opener last week to New Hampshire.
NDSU enters with a 2-0 record and aims to keep its momentum going after big wins over Albany and Valparaiso.
Jeff Kolpack and Dom Izzo discuss the matchup and what to expect from the Tigers after they sat out the 2020 season.
Former North Dakota State defensive end Kyle Emanuel joins podcast host Mike McFeely to recount the last time the Bison played Towson. NDSU plays at the Maryland school Saturday, Sept. 18.
The teams played in the FCS national title game after the 2013 season. Emanuel remembers how terrible the turf at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas, was for the game; the awkward coaching change that took place on the Bison staff during that playoff run; and a key play he made during the 35-7 NDSU victory.
Former North Dakota State quarterback Steve Walker breaks down the Bison football game against Valparaiso, giving his impressions and insights.
Former North Dakota State quarterback Steve Walker joins Forum sports reporter Eric Peterson, breaking down the Bison home opener against Albany and giving his impressions and insights.
Former North Dakota State star running back Tony Satter joins Bison Glory Days podcast host Mike McFeely to talk about the 1987 and 1988 seasons, when NDSU followed an underachieving season (1987) with a perfect national championship season (1988).
The parallels are far from perfect because NDSU's 2020/21 was a marred spring season thrown together to salvage a year for FCS, but could Bison fans see a repeat of the old days this fall?
Satter also chats about his freshman season of 1987 from a personal standpoint, comments on NDSU's upcoming season, gives an opinion about the Bison moving up to FBS ... and a lot more.
Join WDAY's Dom Izzo and The Forum's Jeff Kolpack as they keep you up to date with all of the latest NDSU Bison news.