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Published December 07, 2012, 06:24 PM

Jensen will be playing through the pain tomorrow

Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) -- In less than 24 hours, NDSU will take to Gate City Bank Field at the Fargodome for it's 3rd consecutive appearance in the FCS quarterfinals. And the man that's been under center for the previous 2 quarterfinals, will be there again on Saturday.

By: WDAY Staff Reports, WDAY

Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) -- In less than 24 hours, NDSU will take to Gate City Bank Field at the Fargodome for it's 3rd consecutive appearance in the FCS quarterfinals. And the man that's been under center for the previous 2 quarterfinals, will be there again on Saturday.

In fact, Brock Jensen will be making his 32nd straight start tomorrow, when he suits up against Wofford. But, Jensen won't be at 100 percent. The Junior quarterback suffered two torn tendons in the wrist of his non-throwing hand last saturday. An injury he says won't slow him down tomorrow.

Jensen says, "It hasn't really effect me in practice at all, I have just put a little extra tape on it. Once the tape gets loosened up it doesn't really effect my play at all. Going into my third year now and the playoffs have been a little banged up, but I think everybody is a little banged up to some extent. Just got to be tough, nothing like playing football, it's not a game for the weary."

We'll be live at the Fargodome tomorrow at 6. Make us your home for Bison playoff coverage.

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