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Frisco, TX (WDAY TV0 - According to Bison Athletic Director Gene Taylor, about 90% of all tickets sold for the game went to Bison fans making it virtually a home game, and, like all home games, there was a tailgate.
Welcome to Tailgate town!
Frisco, TX (WDAY TV) - Any athlete will tell you about the importance of warming up before a big game.
Friday night, a very vocal Bison fan base in Frisco took the concept to heart as they practiced packing a ballpark on the eve of the FCS Championship.
Frisco, TX (WDAY TV)- A Pep Fest will bring more than 10,000 Bison fans out to fill a minor league ballpark in celebration another championship caliber season.
With some fans will be wearing Bison gear from head to toe.
Frisco, TX (WDAY TV) - With a senior class of 24, there's not much that Bison fans don't know about their favorite team.
But, what about Saturday's opponent?
Welcome back to Toyota Stadium as our coverage of the FCS championship continues from Frisco, Texas.
Frisco, TX (WDAY TV) - Thursday, the NDSU Bison and Towson Tigers had the rare opportunity to take their mind off of football.
Welcome back to Frisco.
We already know the boys in Green and Gold can dominate on the gridiron but how do they fare on a bowling alley?
Frisco, TX (WDAY TV) - It won't be long now before a sea of green and gold fills Toyota Stadium for the FCS championship game on Saturday.
Both NDSU and Towson are in the middle of a busy couple of days.
Hi everyone and welcome back to Frisco, it was team picture day for NDSU.
Frisco, TX (WDAY TV) - Many of the Bison faithful have begun arriving in Frisco, though most encountered some sort of weather troubles to get there.
Those traveling by air weren't alone in experiencing delays.
Those who hit the road to head south also dealt with snow and ice, from Wichita, Kansas well into Texas.
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - The Bison Nation has started its migration south for the championship game in Frisco, Texas but weather troubles have put up a few hurdles for fans of the herd.
It's crunch time for travelers trying to get down to Frisco, and making matters worse, the weather, not just for the passengers but for the airlines that are trying to redirect them as well.
Frisco, TX (WDAY TV) - Unlike many members of the local media attempting to fly to Texas Wednesday, the Bison football team arrived "on time" and "on schedule," which, in many ways, sums up NDSU's season.
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