Last season, the North Dakota State Bison upset Minnesota from the Big Ten on their way to winning the Division I FCS playoffs. For a third straight year the Bison have beaten an FBS foe as they topped Colorado State 22-7 in Fort Collins, Co. on Saturday night.
Brock Jenson threw for 178 yards and a touchdown while Sam Ojuri rushed for 58 yards and a score. It was the defense that did the job for NDSU, as they held the Rams scoreless for the final three periods after taking a 16-7 lead at the end of the first quarter.
the Colorado State offense struggled to make any headway against the Bison. The Rams gained only 243 yards and managed a first quarter touchdown pass from Garrett Grayson to Crockett Gilmore. Colorado State also earned just 11 first downs and had 101 yards of penalties.
In addition to beating Minnesota 37-34 last season the Bison beat Kansas 6-3 in 2010.
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