North Dakota State, dominant at the FCS level, completed their take-down of No. 13-ranked FBS opponent Iowa Saturday with a 37-yard FG as time expired, courtesy of NDSU kicker Cam Pedersen.
NDSU WITH THE GAME WINNER!!!!! #NDSUvsIOWA @RedditCFB https://t.co/VyIkDqBEyS
— MPLS liker (@tylerbirsch) September 17, 2016
NDSU, though at the FCS level, has now knocked off six consecutive FBS opponents. Kansas in 2010, Minnesota in 2011, Colorado State in 2012, Kansas State in 2013, Iowa State in 2014 and now Iowa in 2016.
Oh, and they’ve also won the last five FCS national championships.
Can somebody say dynasty?
Somewhere in Philadelphia, Carson Wentz is smiling.
Good luck to my dudes tomorrow going up against the Hawkeyes from Iowa! Get after 'em! @NDSUathletics #BisonPride
— Carson Wentz (@cj_wentz) September 17, 2016
Some good luck definitely came the Bison’s way; another shot, another score for Wentz, whose NFL debut was nothing short of spectacular considering the expectations coming into the season he was a project and wasn’t ready to immediately start.
Listen, if you’re an FBS school, you have one job.
As a matter of fact, you can hire someone to perform this one specific task and nothing else.
Don’t schedule North Dakota State.
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