For just the second time in the 119-year history of the program, the North Dakota football team will play a game on New York soil when it opens the 2016 season in the Empire State against Stony Brook.
2016 UND Football Media Guide
GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- The UND Coaches Show live from the Ground Round restaurant is back for another year and fans can tune in or attend live beginning tonight.
Fall camp is officially in the books for the North Dakota football team. The Fighting Hawks went through practice No. 21 on Monday morning at Memorial Stadium and brought a close to 2.5 weeks of non-stop football players for the 95 participants and coaching staff.
With the season opener just over a week away, University of North Dakota fans will have the opportunity to meet their 2016 football team this Thursday, Aug. 25th, at the 5th annual UND Football Fan Fest presented by Midco Sports Network.
Progress. It's the buzz word around fall camp and football programs across the country.
On the eve of the final two-a-day of fall camp, offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Paul Rudolph provided an update on his position group as the Fighting Hawks start down the back stretch of preparations for Stony Brook.
Only two weeks remain until the Fighting Hawks open the 2016 season at Stony Brook, but for running backs coach Kevin Maurice, he likes how his unit is progressing through 17 practices of fall camp.
Nick and bruises creep up throughout fall camp and head coach Bubba Schweigert always implores his team to try and play through those scenarios because he knows they are going to emerge in the fourth quarters on Saturday.
For wide receivers coach Danny Freund, having a surplus of talented wide receivers is a welcomed problem.
Following their first day off of fall camp, the Fighting Hawks were re-energized and back on the practice fields for yet another picture-perfect weather day at Memorial Stadium.
The North Dakota footbal went through its first scrimmage of fall camp on Saturday as the Fighting Hawks ran just over 50 live plays and also ran 15 pin-the-hip tempo plays in the red zone to get practice No. 11 started at Memorial Stadium.