North Dakota State's Adam Keller kicked a school-record five field goals to fuel the top-ranked Bison's win over No. 4 Montana.
Fargo, ND (SportsNetwork.com) -
Whenever North Dakota State's record winning streak ends - if it ends, some may wonder - it's going to take a rare occurence:
The Bison being off their game.
That just doesn't seem to happen to the top-ranked team in the FCS.
NDSU won a matchup of elite FCS programs on Saturday, never trailing against fourth-ranked Montana while posting a methodical, 22-10 victory at the Fargodome - the three-time reigning national champion's FCS-record 28th straight dating to the 2012 season.
Surpassing all the hype
By Craig Haley, FCS Executive Director
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Perhaps the beauty of Saturday's three FCS Top 25 matchups was that all three games were happening at the same time.
No matter where you turned, the furious action was surpassing all the expectations and hype.
Saturday will go down as one of the better days of the season no matter how good the conference races become in the next two months. No. 4 Montana at No. 1 North Dakota State, No. 2 Eastern Washington at No. 14 Montana State and No. 7 New Hampshire at No. 17 Richmond saw to it.