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    Damn it's great to be a Bison.

    1965, '68, '69, '83, '85, '86, '88, '90, 2011, '12,'13, '14 '15 '17 & '18 National Champions

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    How many undefeated champs have there been in the subdivision?

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    Quote Originally Posted by runtheoption View Post
    You definitely meant to say the K-State win was not as close as the scoreboard indicated.
    Yea my bad

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    If these two teams played each other, they would go "toe to toe," and it would be "a whale of a game."

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    Quote Originally Posted by ndsubison1 View Post
    I think 2013 was better as an overall team but 18 does have advantages in some areas. The Defensive line this year was insane. A more dynamic offense with a very athletic QB. If theres one individual on each side I'm taking it's probably Stick and Cox.

    QB: 18
    RB: 13
    WR: 13
    TE: 13
    FB: 13
    OL: 13

    DL: 18
    LB: 13
    CB: 13
    S: 13

    Special Teams: 13
    Coaching: 13
    I think I'd take 18 for RBs, TEs, and coaching but other than that I agree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadlandsBison View Post
    How many undefeated champs have there been in the subdivision?
    Five---any guess who has two of them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BadlandsBison View Post
    How many undefeated champs have there been in the subdivision?
    Five or six*.

    1982 Eastern Kentucky (13-0)
    1989 Georgia Southern (15-0)
    *1994 Youngstown St (14-0-1)
    1996 Marshall (15-0)
    2013 NDSU (15-0)
    2018 NDSU (15-0)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Professor Chaos View Post
    Five or six*.

    1982 Eastern Kentucky (13-0)
    1989 Georgia Southern (15-0)
    *1994 Youngstown St (14-0-1)
    1996 Marshall (15-0)
    2013 NDSU (15-0)
    2018 NDSU (15-0)
    That is what I get for paying attention to the TV announcers.
    "NDSU: CHEATING AT FOOTBALL SINCE 1965."
    "WARNING: I LIKE SARCASM, BUT RARELY USE PURPLE.
    I SHOULD USE IT MORE, BUT I CAN'T HELP MYSELF."


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    Quote Originally Posted by Professor Chaos View Post
    I think I'd take 18 for RBs, TEs, and coaching but other than that I agree.
    I agree, tough not to take our RBS and Tes. We are loaded at those positions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ndsubison1 View Post
    I think 2013 was better as an overall team but 18 does have advantages in some areas. The Defensive line this year was insane. A more dynamic offense with a very athletic QB. If theres one individual on each side I'm taking it's probably Stick and Cox.

    QB: 18
    RB: 13
    WR: 13
    TE: 13
    FB: 13
    OL: 13

    DL: 18
    LB: 13
    CB: 13
    S: 13

    Special Teams: 13
    Coaching: 13
    Disagree strongly about safeties.

    Heagle and Dudzik and legends, but Robbie Grimsley is a two time all American, finished second in school history in both tackles and interceptions. James Hendricks was all MVFC second team this year.

    Also disagree about tight ends. 2013 had Kevin Vaadeland as an all MVFC second team player and 2018 had Ben Ellefson. Kevin was very good, but Ben is a far superior blocker.

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