The snow on the ground is a great indicator that we’re a long way away from seeing high school and college football every weekend across the state of North Dakota. But, if you ask me, there’s no bad time to talk football. So, I’m here to give you an extra dose of gridiron as we try to get through the rest of this woeful winter.
Earlier this month,...
Former North Dakota State Quarterback Cole Davis graduated in 2017 with a bachelor's degree in agricultural economics, but when the call came from former teammate, Carson Wentz, to help jumpstart the AO1 Foundation, he got on board right away. Get his thoughts on working for the growing nonprofit.
The State tournament starts Friday in Rapid City, and there are plenty of reasons for both casual and intense wrestling fans to follow along this weekend. Here are just a few of the dozens of storylines that make this state tournament one of the best in high school sports.
1. Can Pierre 5-peat?
Not many high school programs can boast four...
Best Ever Back-to-Backs
Going back the last ten years, the SDSU men’s basketball team has played back-to-back one-point games exactly once.
It just happened this past Thursday and Saturday. And these were not only one-point games, but both were decided by one of the greatest dramatic acts in sports: the buzzer beater.
There has been some similar...
The standout high school athlete from Pierre, SD, had a remarkable college career in Brookings. Former South Dakota State basketball player Lane Severyn reflects on his Jackrabbit career and the roller coaster ride of the 2016-17 season, and tells us what he's up to now.
University of North Dakota men’s basketball senior captain Cortez Seales joins Alex Heinert to talk hoops, the Quad Cities life and why he wants to be the next Stephen A. Smith on the latest MidcoSN Podcast.