North Dakota native Grothmann a part of Bison win over TowsonFrisco, TX (WDAY TV) - It's a party three years in the making, Bison fans are getting used to it after a 3-peat, just the second in FCS history as the Bison beat Towson 35-7.
By: Dom Izzo, WDAY
Frisco, TX (WDAY TV) - It's a party three years in the making, Bison fans are getting used to it after a 3-peat, just the second in FCS history as the Bison beat Towson 35-7.
He may be one of the most underrated guys on the Bison roster but Hillsboro product Andrew Grothmann was a part of this team when they won three games in 2009 which makes today's win even sweeter.
Andrew Grothmann/NDSU Sr. RB – Hillsboro: “Never did I think when I came to SU did I think we would win three in a row and go undefeated in my senior season. But the way we have gone about our business is very special.”
Yourself, Ryan Smith, Ryan Drevlow, Travis Beck four North Dakota from small towns in North Dakota to be suck big factors on this team, how much more special is that to you and to those guys?
Grothmann: “It's a nice feeling that a small town guy can play at this level and there is guys in North Dakota that can hopefully can see that Ryan and Drv that they can come in and that they can be a main contributor to something that is very special in NDSU and the football program.”
NDSU is the first team to 3-peat as national champs since Appalachian State did it in 2007.