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North Dakota State, a Football Championship Subdivision (used to be Division I-AA) power, has won six consecutive games against top-level opponents since 2010.
Oh, and thanks, Iowa, for that $500,000 the Bison got just for showing up for the game at Iowa City.
North Dakota State has won five consecutive FCS titles and is top ranked again this season, though there was plenty of reason to believe its streak against upper-division teams was in jeopardy against Iowa.
The Bison's last five wins over Football Bowl Subdivision teams weren't exactly powerhouses; those opponents finished with combined records of 20-41.
Plus, North Dakota State's first two wins this season came in overtime, against Charleston Southern and Eastern Washington.
The Cardiac Kids theme held true again versus Iowa. The Bison won on a 37-yard field goal by Cam Pedersen as time expired.
North Dakota State, the program that produced No. 2 NFL draft pick
In the meantime, quarterback Easton Stick, who guided the Bison to eight wins last season when Wentz was injured, ran his college career record to 11-0 by completing 11 of 19 passes for 124 yards and a touchdown and running for 35 yards.
Looking like a champ
Louisville honored native son
The red helmets of Cardinals players bore a white butterfly decal with "Ali" printed inside it. The same butterfly design — this one covering about 30 square feet — adorned an area beyond one end zone.
Ali rose to fame as a teenage boxer in Louisville before winning the gold medal as a light-heavyweight fighter in the 1960 Rome Olympics. He died June 3 at 74.
As for Jackson, in three games he has rushed for 464 yards and 10 touchdowns and passed for 913 yards and eight touchdowns as the Cardinals have scored 195 points.
The band formed "Title IX" in front of the Baylor fan section, an obvious reference to the multiple Title IX lawsuits that have been filed against the university in sexual assault cases.
It also formed a star and played "Hit the Road Jack" — an ode to former Baylor president Kenneth Starr, who was removed from his post after an investigation into the university's actions relating to assault allegations.
On Saturday, Rice issued a statement expressing "regret" and saying the band's efforts at satire may have gone "too far."