FRISCO, TX – For the third straight year, the Bison of North Dakota State are the champions of the FCS.
NDSU beat Towson 35-7 to capture the program’s third consecutive national championship in the final game for senior quarterback Brock Jensen and head coach Craig Bohl, who will move up a division to take the reins at Wyoming.
Jensen, who had a touchdown pass and a touchdown run, was named the game’s MVP for the second year in a row.
Jason Horowitz and Rocky Boiman called the action on WestwoodOne Sports.
(John Crockett’s 2-yd TD run puts the Bison up 7-0)
(It’s 7-7 after Terrance West’s 3-yd TD run)
(NDSU blocks a Towson field goal attempt and sets up the offense with a short field)
(Ryan Smith cashes in on the very next play)
(It’s 21-7 after Brock Jensen connects with Zach Vraa)
(Jensen runs one in as the Bison begin to pull away)
(Sam Ojuri’s TD run makes it 35-7)
(The final call as NDSU wins another FCS title)
(Brock Jensen’s postgame interview with WestwoodOne sideline reporter Ted Emrich)
(Craig Bohl’s postgame interview with WestwoodOne sideline reporter Ted Emrich)
(Postgame recap from Jason Horowitz and Rocky Boiman)