North Dakota State Wins Title In Frisco

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North Dakota State is back atop the FCS.




The Bison (14-1) won their sixth national title in seven years Saturday afternoon in Frisco, Texas, knocking off No. 1 seed and defending champion James Madison 17-13. Quarterback Easton Stick was named Most Outstanding Player with 192 total yards and a touchdown.

FRISCO, TX - JANUARY 6: North Dakota State offense during the NCAA FCS Championship football game between North Dakota State and James Madison on January 6, 2018 at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, TX. (Photo by George Walker/DFWsportsonline)

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FRISCO, TX - JANUARY 6: North Dakota State offense during the NCAA FCS Championship football game between North Dakota State and James Madison on January 6, 2018 at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, TX. (Photo by George Walker/DFWsportsonline)

NDSU started strong, building a 17-6 lead at the half. But JMU seized momentum in the third with a touchdown run from Marcus Marshall. In a defensive battle, the game came down to a JMU fourth down incompletion at the Bison’s 25-yard line with 58 seconds left in regulation.

The Bison’s six program titles now match Georgia Southern for most championship wins in FCS history.