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.
North Dakota State prepares for its second game of the fall with a trip down memory lane.
The Bison will host Valparaiso Saturday, matching up with the Beacons for the first time since 2004. Valpo was the initial D1 opponent that came to the Fargodome.
Jeff Kolpack and Dom Izzo discuss the matchup with the Beacons and look back at the first game of the season with Albany.
They also discuss the latest in college football realignment as the Big 12 added four schools Friday, what does that mean for the FCS?
The 2021 fall season is here for North Dakota State.
The Bison open the year with some question marks, notably at quarterback as transfer Quincy Patterson is set to take over as the signal caller.
Kolpack and Izzo discuss the challenges awaiting Patterson and the Bison offense and also dive into what Albany brings to the table. The Great Danes enter with an elite quarterback in Jeff Undercuffler.
There's plenty to discuss on this week's episode of Kolpack and Izzo. The guys discuss vaccination rates among college football teams and what that means going forward for this upcoming season.
They also discuss how NIL rights have gone into effect at North Dakota State and how that has affected things so far with athletes.
The guys also dive into the ever changing Summit League basketball race with the amount of players leaving the league and some returning, notably player of the year Max Abmas.
NDSU's baseball team opens the Summit League Tournament against Omaha, Kolpack and Izzo discuss the success this year for Tod Brown's team.
The Bison also announced future schedule dates with Oregon and some other FCS games. The guys talk about those games and potential other opponents that could be coming on the schedule.
The Forum's Jeff Kolpack and WDAY Sports Director Dom Izzo discuss the latest happening with North Dakota State athletics and FCS Football weekly.