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Bison defeats Dukes in FCS National Championship

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The North Dakota State Bison are the FCS National Champions once again. They defeated the James Madison Dukes, 17-13, on Saturday afternoon at the Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas.

North Dakota State ended its season with a 14-1 record. The Bison ended the season with a six-game win streak.

James Madison also ended their season with a 14-1 record. However, they lose their most important game of the season.

This is the Bison’s sixth FCS National Championship in the past seven years. The Dukes snapped the Bisons five-year run that ended last year.

Bison quarterback Easton Stick went 13 of 22 for 130 passing yards. He also had a touchdown.

Bruce Anderson had 18 carries for 63 yards, including a touchdown. Lance Dunn had 13 carries for 50 yards. Stick had 14 carries for 35 yards.

Darrius Shepherd had six receptions for 74 yards, including a touchdown. RJ Urzendowski has three receptions for 21 yards. Dimitri Williams had two receptions for 20 yards.

Dukes quarterback Bryan Schor went 14 of 32 for 148 passing yards. He also had two interceptions.

Marcus Marshall had 11 carries for 30 yards, including a touchdown. Harry O’Kelly has a 24 yard rush. Trai Sharp has four carries for 20 yards.

Riley Stapleton has seven receptions for 107 yards. Terrence Alls has two receptions for 29 yards. Jonathan Kloosterman has a 10 yard reception.

Dukes kicker Ethan Ratke also had two field goals.


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