A few hours after he had officially unveiled his 2017 recruiting class, I caught up with South Dakota head football coach Bob Nielson in Sioux Falls.
Here is the full transcript of that interview:
JE: Let’s start with your overall impressions. Class number two for you here at USD and what appears to be another successful recruiting cycle.
South Dakota knew what it needed and, judging exclusively by the numbers, it looks like they got it.
More than half of the 31 high school football standouts that inked a National Letter of Intent with the Coyotes Wednesday (Feb. 1) will play either offensive or defensive line. There's no way to know if any of them will make an immediate impact,...
Today we take a look at SouthDakota high school football players who will be signing their NLI on February 1, 2017. We talk to future USD player Lincoln Gibbs, future SDSU player Austin Boen and NDSU Player, Spencer Waege about their college choices.
See the full list of commits here.
While defense usually rules in The Summit League, this year, more aggressive, faster-faced offenses are putting up a lot of points.
Jay Elsen joins the podcast to talk about the start of the 2016-17 basketball season for the South Dakota Coyote men and women's teams.
USD Women’s Basketball: Sophomore Allison Arens earned Summit League Player of the Week, ESPN-W National Player of the Week, and College Sports Madness Summit League Player of the week.