US Dollar Football Preliminary: The Coyotes’ Top Rated Bison – Mitchell Republic

VERMILLION – South Dakota kicks off its first win of the campaign and welcomes the nation’s #1 team at the Dakota Dome on Saturday, September 24. Here’s what you need to know before the match.

When: Saturday, 1 pm

where: Dakota Dome, crimson.

records: US$1-2, NDSU 2-1.

coaches: Dollar’s Bob Nelson, season 30 overall ($7th), 216-116-1 overall ($30-36); NDSU’s Matt Entz, Season 4, 39-5.

All times series: NDSU leads 57-26-2.

last meeting: NDSU won 52-24 on Saturday, November 20, 2021 in Fargo.

Notes: The game can be watched on ESPN+ or Midco Sports. … NDSU has won their last five matches, including the last three at Vermillion. NDSU has also won 24 of the last 26 meetings. … the competition marks the opening of the Missouri Valley Football Conference for both teams.

About wolves: The US Dollar scores its first win of the season against Cal Poly. …the game against NDSU marks the second top-three opponent from the FCS Stats Perform Top 25 that Dollars has played this season, with the current South Dakota State No. 2 in the Coyotes as well. … Dollars are being overtaken 79-45 by their opponents this season and they have given up 1,313 total yards compared to the 1,039 they had.

About the Bison: NDSU suffered its first loss last season against Arizona. … Despite the loss, the Bison is the No. 1 team in the country in the Stats Performance Poll. … NDSU outperformed its opponents 127-48 through the first three games of the season. …the Bison dash for an average of 235.3 yards per game and found the end zone nine times on the floor.

Major Players in US Dollars: Quarterback Carson Camp threw for his best career 355 yards last week against Cal Poly and added a 75 touchdown yard. He moved to eighth place all-time in the US dollar passing yards list. … Cornerback Myles Harden has been responsible for all four turnovers of the US dollar this season, blocking two passes and making two fouls. …left tackle Alex Jensen is the ruling MVFC offensive lineman of the week.

NDSU main players: Fullback Hunter Luepke rushed 18 times for 115 yards and scored two goals against Arizona. He also caught a bison landing in the game. … Cam Miller threw for 331 yards and five touchdowns and didn’t get in the way during the first three games of the season, completing nearly 70% of his passes. However, he averaged 11 pass attempts per game. …James Cazor leads the bison in aggregate competitions with 18. He also has 1.5 tackles to lose, 0.5 sacks and interceptions to his name this season.

next week: Farewell to the US dollar next week before going to the Brookings Institution on Saturday, October 8th to face South Dakota. NDSU returns home Saturday, October 1 to host Youngstown State.

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