Bison Video Blog: 2018 Media Day Recap

Bison Video Blog: 2018 Media Day Recap

North Dakota State held its annual media day inside the Sanford Health Athletic Complex Wednesday, as the media got its turn to ask Chris Klieman and the entire football team questions about the upcoming season.

This session was dominated by questions about Easton Stick, the huge stable of running backs and the new redshirt rule and how that will affect NDSU’s roster.

There were a couple of notable items from Klieman, Dillon Radunz is now listed as the starting left tackle with Colin Conner, the starter the last two years at that spot, moving to left guard. Ben Ellefson is the listed starter at tight end, from all accounts Ellefson has had a tremendous start to 2018. The last position switch belongs to Jaylaan Wimbush, who will return to safety after his two year stint at cornerback.

Jeff and I recap the day and discuss what to look forward to as NDSU continues fall camp.

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  1. Life Long

    August 9, 2018 at 7:04 am

    Lots to talk about, and you covered most of the big questions. This team is so deep and talented that I think the most important factor will be keeping Stick injury-free throughout the season. Pretty darned important to know who the backup QB is going to be, and how much confidence the staff and team put in him.

  2. Chuck A Haff

    August 9, 2018 at 7:05 am

    Dom can you please add the first depth chart of the season, thanks in advance!

  3. OldGuy

    August 9, 2018 at 8:18 am

    Jeff, if you had to work till 10PM one day to interview all of the running backs, would it really hurt to have to work for one full day in a week? 🙂

  4. Life Long

    August 9, 2018 at 4:12 pm

    When you look at the great depth at most key positions, the largest question has to be #2 quarterback. All those running backs won’t be much good if the guy who has to replace #12 can’t hit his receivers.

  5. bisonbill

    August 9, 2018 at 6:43 pm

    Yes, and I would like to know about the #2 QB progress vs non – progress…..
    Just from a fan’s standpoint. Is this a “state secret”, or do you have any insight?
    If Stick gets hurt, what happens? Are they just going to roll the dice with an inexperienced frosh?
    I am a total optimist with the Bison, but what might be the coaching staff’s plan here with the future QB situation??

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