Found December 15, 2012 on Busted Coverage:
Bama isn’t the only college football team looking to go back-to-back with NCAA titles. Defending FCS national champion North Dakota State beat Georgia Southern in the Fargodome, 23-20, and get to play for another title next week in Texas. Two things about NDSU’s football program: (1.) They beat Colorado State this year, 22-7, in Fort Collins and, (2.) They want Bama – bad. Isn’t it time we stop dicking around with college football and let the FCS & FBS champions fight it out for college football superiority? Figure out a way for ESPN to make money off the game and it’ll happen. Give NDSU a 28-point lead to start the game? Make Bama play with 9 guys on offense? I’m actually all for a four-team college football tourney between Mount Union, Grand Valley State, North Dakota State and Bama. Figure out opening lines, give each team a lead and see if Saban can still beat them. Now that destroying football conferences has finally slowed down we need more diversions. This is a perfect diversion. Your morning NY Post, exploiting kids.   Finally, this speaks for itself. Bowl season is here. Enough talk, it’s time to get **** rolling along. (@RedditCFB) Filed under: Uncategorized

N. Dakota St. 23, Georgia Southern 20

Brock Jensen scored on a 5-yard quarterback draw with 3 minutes left to rally North Dakota State to a 23-20 victory over Georgia Southern Friday night in the FCS semifinals. The defending champion Bison (13-1) advanced to the championship game Jan. 5 in Frisco, Texas, against the winner of Saturday's semifinal between Sam Houston State and Eastern Washington. Jensen's run...
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