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Draft Scout Bruce Anderson News
12/16/17 - No matter which nemesis North Dakota State faces in the FCS championship game, the Bison looked quite able to exact some payback after a 55-13 win over Sam Houston State in Friday night's semifinal. Bruce Anderson scored five touchdowns - four in the first half - and North Dakota State rolled up 642 yards offense in crushing the Bearkats. The second-seeded Bison will face the winner of Saturday's game between defending national champion James Madison and NDSU's Missouri Valley Football Conference rival South Dakota State on Jan. 6 in Frisco, Texas. James Madison ended the Bison's run of five straight national championships with a semifinal victory last season and the Jackrabbits, second to the Bison in the MVFC, beat North Dakota State 33-21 at home on Nov. 4. I'm just excited were going back to Frisco, it doesn't matter who we play," Bison coach Chris Klieman said. "We have a bunch of leaders in that locker room who deserve to go back to that game."
Friday night's game was essentially over at halftime after North Dakota State scored touchdowns on six of its seven offensive possessions. The half ended on the Bearkats' third turnover, an interception by Tre Dempsey, who also made a fumble recovery. Sixth-seeded Sam Houston State (12-2) came in with the leading offense in the FCS, averaging over 45 points and 552 yards offense. But the Bearkats were squelched by the Bison, finishing with 352 yards but only 176 in the pivotal first half. - AP College Football