(STATS) - It's been so long since North Dakota State suffered a defeat in the postseason that few who were a part of it remain in the program today. The only player remaining from that 2010 team is wide receiver Zach Vraa, whom the NCAA granted medical hardship for a sixth season of eligibility this year because he missed most of his first two seasons in a Bison uniform with broken...
Via Associated Press
December 30, 2015 | Discuss
Normally, whenever the North Dakota State Bisons are being talked about it is because they have won another FCS Championship (they'e won four in a row). It is not time for the FCS playoffs yet, but this play by Bisons wide receiver Zach Vraa deserves to be replayed on every broadcast of SportsCenter for the next week.If it isn't we'll see it again whenever talk starts about the catch...
North Dakota State wide receiver Zach Vraa made the catch of the day in Saturday’s game against Western Illinois. Vraa ran a go route and had his defender beat downfield by a few steps. The pass thrown in his direction was underthrown, but Vraa made a great adjustment and reached over the defensive back’s head to make a great catch. He then pushed off the defender to disengage...
This was such a great catch that the defender had no idea that Zach Vraa made it as Vraa basically walked into the end zone. North Dakota State's Zach Vraa makes a RIDICULOUS #SCtop10 catch then runs into end zone for 41-yard TD. https://t.co/eao1Ywuc9p — SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) November 7, 2015
Every so often we'll see a David Tyree-style catch where the receiver has to reach around the defensive back's head for a spectacular grab as the two fall to the ground.But seeing a wideout make that catch, keep his balance and then run for a touchdown? That's a new one.And that's exactly what North Dakota State's Zach Vraa did Saturday against Western Illinois. Watch it -- and then...
North Dakota State football players are planning the same pre-game routine they have followed for all home games this season, except this time they will be gathering for breakfast instead of brunch. Kickoff for Saturday's Football Championship Subdivision quarterfinal playoff game against Coastal Carolina is 11 a.m., in order to accommodate television coverage. The top-seeded and...
Via Associated Press
December 13, 2013 | Discuss
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