Championship Preview: North Dakota State vs. Sam Houston State

The North Dakota State University Bison football team is in Frisco, Texas to play for a championship title on Saturday. NDSU is going into the matchup with a 13-1 record. Sam Houston is undefeated, but the Bison rank No. 1 in scoring defense.
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The North Dakota State University Bison football team is in Frisco, Texas to play for a championship title on Saturday. NDSU is going into the matchup with a 13-1 record. Sam Houston is undefeated, but the Bison rank No. 1 in scoring defense.

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