With another big win over an FBS program, the North Dakota State Bison were thrust back into the national spotlight, meaning it was only a matter of time before ESPN came calling.

ESPN recently visited Fargo to give fans an 'all-access' look into the North Dakota State football program, which is, once again, projected to take home the FCS championship.

Bison players take ESPN to Sammy's Pizza to discuss their recent win over Iowa and how the program has changed since Carson Wentz was drafted second overall by the Philadelphia Eagles.

Following the stop at Sammy's, running back Chase Morlock and quarterback Easton Stick go into the film room to break down the team's win over the Hawkeyes in Iowa City.

Finally, Morlock takes ESPN onto Gate City Bank Field at the FargoDome to give them a glimpse of what it's like playing in front of one of the loudest fanbases in the country.

The Bison have some time off before welcoming Illinois State to Fargo on Saturday, October 1st, for homecoming.

[ESPN]