- SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – North Dakota State’s defense had seven sacks and the No. 6-ranked Bison shut out Missouri State for the second straight season 25-0 on Saturday, March 6, at Plaster Stadium.
Defensive end Spencer Waege had three sacks and a forced fumble, and linebacker James Kaczor made a team-high seven tackles for NDSU (3-1, 2-1 MVFC). The Bison have held Missouri State scoreless for nine quarters dating back to 2018.
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- Stadium: Plaster Stadium
- Location: Springfield, MO
- Attendance: 3147
- Duration: 2:56
MOST: Jaden Johnson (132 PASS); Tobias Little (46 RUSH); Damoriea Vick (73 REC);
SPRINGFIELD – After a thrilling first half, Missouri State took a 24-17 lead into halftime of Saturday’s homecoming matchup with visiting Central Arkansas. But with two additional turnovers in the second half – six for the game – and unable to generate a scoring drive in the final 30 minutes, Missouri State (0-3) dropped a 33-24 decision to the 11th ranked visitors at Robert W. Plaster Stadium.