Bison football

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  • During his time at college, he also played wide receiver for the Howard Bison football team.
  • It is home to the Howard University Bison football and soccer teams.
  • It is the former home of the NDSU Bison football team.
  • The Bison football program has had only 3 losing seasons since 1964.
  • Dragosavich completed his senior year with the North Dakota State Bison football team in 2007.
  • Bethea attended Howard University, where he majored in administration of justice, and played for the Howard Bison football team.
  • The Bison football team, which since 1993 played their home games at the Fargodome, was a dominant force in Division II.
  • He played four seasons on the Howard Bison football team and was a first-team All-MEAC selection in 1988 as a senior.
  • The Bison football team, coached by Ronnie Huckeba, has been known for its prolific triple-option rushing attack in recent seasons.
  • The Sunchild First Nation is home of the Sunchild Bison football team, Canada's first and only First Nation high school football program on a reserve.
  • At Bucknell he played free safety for the Bison football team and was a member of the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity.
  • In his 4 years playing for the Bucknell Bison football team, Eiben started 33 of 43 games playing at either strong or free safety position.
  • He also coined the term "Thundering Herd" which is still a common reference to the NDSU Bison Football fanbase.
  • The GSMB does pregame and halftime performances for the NDSU Bison Football team in the Fargodome.
  • Darnell Robert Stapleton (born September 21, 1985) is an offensive line assistant coach for the Bucknell University Bison football team.
  • ESPN labeled the Bison Football program as the 'Titan' of the FCS.
  • While attending North Dakota State University, General Wald was a president of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity and a starting wide receiver of the Bison football team.
  • Following the sale of WCCS, WOKW began to add sports to its line up of local broadcasting, including the broadcasts of Curwensville Golden Tide football, boys and girls basketball and wrestling as well as Clearfield Bison football, boys and girls basketball and wrestling, which continues today.
  • It is the home field of the NDSU Bison football team, which competes in NCAA Division I, in the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) and holds the home field of the Division I softball team.
  • KNDS has also become a respected broadcaster of NDSU Bison athletics, airing more than 70 games a year from a variety of sports, including Bison football, volleyball, men's and women's basketball, baseball, and softball.
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