Bison hope to heat it up at the Frost ArenaFargo, ND (WDAY TV) -- With how cold it's been, it only seems fitting that the Bison will open the second half of the season at Frost Arena tomorrow afternoon.
By: WDAY Staff Reports, WDAY
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) -- With how cold it's been, it only seems fitting that the Bison will open the second half of the season at Frost Arena tomorrow afternoon.
Saul Phillips is hoping his team doesn't shoot as cold as it did last year when the Herd made the trip to Brookings.
The Bison shot 34 percent from the field in the first half, and were never really in it against the Jacks. So, getting the young guys used to the surroundings tomorrow will be a huge key.
Lawrence Alexander says, "I haven't talked to them about it yet, but I am pretty sure they will see it on film when we watch it. Saul will talk to them a little bit about it today, and I will talk to them a little bit today and tomorrow on the way down there. We just got to stick to our game plan and our defense has to be really good too."
Kory Brown says, "It's gonna be hostile territory, it's gonna be very loud, it's gonna be something I might not be use to but I feel I'm ready for it. I've been in territories like this with a big crowd, loud environment."
It's a 2 pm tip-off tomorrow in Brookings.