Mistaken identity: UND receives NDSU’s football banner

More ammo for those who say the NCAA is clueless. The University of North Dakota received a championship banner for winning the Division I football title in January. One problem with that. Their biggest rival actually won that game: North Dakota State.
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More ammo for those who say the NCAA is clueless. The University of North Dakota received a championship banner for winning the Division I FCS football title in January. One problem with that. Their biggest rival actually won that game: North Dakota State.

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