PREVIEW: NDSU at FCS Championship on 950 KWAT
FARGO, N.D. (GoWatertown.net) —
Number two seed North Dakota State will face off against number eight seed Montana State in the NCAA FCS Championship Game this Saturday.
The Bison are in the FCS championship for the ninth time in 11 seasons, while MSU is making its first national title game appearance since beating Louisiana Tech in the 1984 FCS championship.
The Bobcats offense is averaging 208 yards rushing and 181 passing yards this year. NDSU Coach Matt Entz talks about the Bobcat O:
Bison sophomore quarterback Cam Miller joins the likes of Trey Lance, Easton Stick, and Carson Wentz playing in a national championship game. Miller says it’s a big accomplishment to be on that list of QB’s who have played for a national title:
Kickoff 11 a.m. Saturday, January 8th from Frisco, Texas. Game can be heard in the Watertown area on 950 KWAT.