North Dakota State knocks off James Madison, 17-13, to win its sixth national championship in the past seven years!#FCSChampionship pic.twitter.com/c8bATLL8q6
— FCS Football (@NCAA_FCS) January 6, 2018
The North Dakota State football program is at the top of the college football world once again.
For the sixth time in seven seasons, the Bison hoisted the FCS National Championship trophy after holding off James Madison on Saturday afternoon, 17-13.
North Dakota State running back Bruce Anderson kicked off the starting for the Bison with a three-yard touchdown run, and the team never looked back. North Dakota State was held scoreless in the second half, but they managed to rely on their defense to hang on for the win.
The Bison are back on top!
North Dakota State ends defending champ JMU’s 26-game win streak to earn its 6th FCS national title in the last 7 years. pic.twitter.com/a4xbcTv8YC
— ESPN CollegeFootball (@ESPNCFB) January 6, 2018
Anderson finished the game with 63 yards and one touchdown.
— NDSU Athletics (@NDSUathletics) January 6, 2018
Congratulations to North Dakota State on another national championship.
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