On To A Four-peat?

Not once, not twice, but three times – the NDSU Bison football team once again delivered on its promise of superiority by walking away as the FCS champs.  The NDSU Bison football program is becoming a college football dynasty.  Now that is something isn’t it? 😉

Bison fans are a happy lot today.  The Bison now hold three consecutive national championships. That has only happened once before in the FCS. In 2005, 2006, and 2007 Appalachian State reigned as the FCS champions.  NDSU now ties that record by claiming the championships of 2011, 2012, and 2013.  Can you guess what is next on Bison fans’ wish list?  My guess is they will want to see the Bison’s dynasty stand alone in the record books as having won the most consecutive FCS championships.
Is that too much to hope for?  Well, not the way the Bison have been playing the last handful of years. If they keep up what they have been doing they will continue to be formidable foes.

Is it greedy of Bison fans to want such a thing?  Well, they are one of the most loyal and committed fan bases in the nation.  Their support is undoubtedly part of the team’s ongoing success.

One thing is for sure, folks across the country are going to be watching Bison football closely this next season.  They are the reigning champions – times three.  They have made their presence known.  Rest assured, here in the Bison Nation it is not too soon to say, “FOUR-PEAT!!!!” 😉

Day one thousand two hundred and seventy-nine of the new forty – obla di obla da

Ms. C

2 Responses

  1. Louise Towle

    after 3 boys going to NDSU and watching the Bison – awesome – school and Bison pride to the enth degree!!!

  2. Ken S

    I think a fourpeat in FCS football is a real fun thing to strive for. On the other hand I think it is a terrible idea to move up to the FBS. What’s wrong with winning? The people that advocate moving up haven’t thought it out too well. The cost alone would be prohibitive. Fargo also does not have a FBS size stadium. The jump up from FCS to FBS would be several times more difficult and costly than the move from DII to FCS. Let’s go out and have some fun. Let’s fourpeat!!!

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