North Dakota State is all over the national football map. The Bison were mentioned plenty Thursday night when Trey Lance was drafted third overall by San Francisco.
Kolpack and Izzo break that down and what it means for the Bison.
They also preview this weekend's FCS quarterfinal game between NDSU and Sam Houston, as the two teams are set to meet in the postseason for a fifth time.
The FCS Playoffs return to Fargo for an eleventh straight year and much like the first year, North Dakota State has a difficult road.
The Bison will host 2010 national champion and 2018 national runners-up Eastern Washington in the first round Saturday at Gate City Bank Field at the Fargodome.
NDSU comes into this game off a loss, falling to South Dakota State in the season finale 27-17 last Saturday.
The Bison have several question marks entering this game, from their starting quarterback to the defense.
The game of the year has arrived in the FCS.
North Dakota State goes for a fourth straight overall win in this series when South Dakota State comes calling Saturday.
The winner of this game claims the automatic bid to the FCS Playoffs and a likely top two seed for the upcoming postseason.
The guys also break down the other happenings in the FCS and what to expect now that the one-time transfer rule has come into affect.
North Dakota State is set to return to the football field this weekend as the Bison will travel to Cedar Falls, Iowa for a matchup with Northern Iowa.
The Bison have been sidelined the last two Saturdays because of positive COVID cases among the team. Head coach Matt Entz said there were no new positive cases on the team Monday, leading to this game happening Saturday.
North Dakota State will not play a football game for the second straight weekend, after the Bison had to postpone their game with South Dakota State.
COVID-19 positive tests and contact tracing forced a cancelation of the game with South Dakota and puts the season as a whole in jeopardy.
Jeff Kolpack and Dom Izzo dissect what happened this week and what's in store for the final three weeks of the FCS regular season.
The Forum's Jeff Kolpack and WDAY Sports Director Dom Izzo discuss the latest happening with North Dakota State athletics and FCS Football weekly.