Michael Coe arrived in Grand Forks last summer wanting to prove to himself that he could play and succeed at a higher level of football.
The North Dakota football team went through roughly 40 live plays and several situational drills as the defending Big Sky Champions wrapped up their 15th and final spring practice on Good Friday.
The University of North Dakota Football program will host its annual Spring Game on Friday, April 14 at 5 p.m. inside the High Performance Center on the Southeast corner of campus
You have one more opportunity. That was the final message from head coach Bubba Schweigert to his team on Wednesday morning after the Fighting Hawks concluded their 14th practice of the spring.
The University of North Dakota will host its final Fargo Fan Luncheon of the 2016-17 season on Tuesday, April 11, at the Ramada Plaza and Suites. The doors will open at 11:30 a.m. and the event will begin at 12 p.m.
The North Dakota football team began its final week of spring practices Monday morning by completing the 13th of 15 on-field sessions permitted by the NCAA.
With the completion of Friday morning's session, the Fighting Hawks have now completed a dozen practices this spring and head coach Bubba Schweigert wants the reigning Big Sky Champions to lock in down the stretch and focus on getting better each day.
Five former University of North Dakota football players were part of a record-breaking year for the 2017 National Football Foundation Hampshire Honor Society on Wednesday.
Each spring head coach Bubba Schweigert makes sure that his team knows the drill when it comes to overtime, not knowing exactly when those extra periods might have the type of impact on a season that they did for the Fighting Hawks in 2016.
North Dakota football fans interested in reserving a tailgating spot for the 2017 season can now reserve their spots. Tailgating spots will be $50 per space.
North Dakota head coach Bubba Schweigert announced the addition of Quintin Seguin to the Fighting Hawks' 2017 Signing Class on Monday.
The North Dakota football reached double figures in terms of spring practices completed Monday morning as the Fighting Hawks finished off session No. 10 at the High Performance Center.