Bison stun Gophers, 37-24

It's a barn-burner at TCF Bank Stadium as North Dakota State smokes Minnesota, 37-24. Ex-Hopkins star Marcus Williams scored two defensive touchdowns to seal the deal for the visiting Bison.
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It's a barn-burner at TCF Bank Stadium as North Dakota State smokes Minnesota, 37-24. Ex-Hopkins star Marcus Williams scored two defensive touchdowns to seal the deal for the visiting Bison.

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