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.
NDSU announced Friday that Virginia Tech transfer Quincy Patterson will be the starting quarterback for the Bison in their season opener next Saturday against Albany.
Patterson beat out sophomore Cam Miller and freshman Cole Payton for the job.
WDAY Sports Director Dom Izzo and the Forum's Mike McFeely discussed the decision and the impact it could have going forward.
The college sports world was rocked last week with the news that Texas and Oklahoma were looking to leave the Big 12 for the SEC.
That invitation became official on Thursday, when the Southeastern Conference officially invited both schools for the 2025 season.
Dom Izzo and Mike McFeely discuss the reaction from North Dakota State fans about a possibility of an FBS move and the pitfalls that could come with it.
They also chat about the potential of the FCS Playoffs expanding and why that should be less appealing for NDSU fans.
You can listen to the podcast here or at Apple Itunes, Spotify or Google Play.
The college football world was shook with the news Wednesday that Texas and Oklahoma were looking to leave the Big 12 Conference for the Southeastern Conference.
While that news may seem many miles away for NDSU fans, it could indirectly affect the Bison down the road.
Forum columnist Mike McFeely joins Dom to discuss what this could mean for NDSU and James Madison if other schools decide to bolt their leagues.
You can listen to the episode here or download at Apple Itunes or Google Play.
The spring football season in the Football Championship Subdivision is supposed to begin in under a month.
We still don't know how many teams are going to compete in it. Friday, national powers Montana and Montana State pulled out of the spring season. They were joined by Portland State, Indiana State and Dayton as well this week that decided to opt out.
Hero Sports writer Sam Herder joins the Den to discuss the dwindling chances of an FCS postseason and who could be next to opt out.
They also discuss the major realignment in the FCS as it appears there will be two new conferences sponsoring football in the fall of 2021, the Atlantic Sun and the Western Athletic Conferences.
WDAY-TV Sports Director Dom Izzo hosts a weekly podcast connecting listeners with the big name athletes from the Red River Valley and the journalists that cover them.