NDSU Comes Back From 14-Point Deficit to Beat Youngstown State 27-24
Despite being down 14 points heading into the fourth quarter, the North Dakota State Bison were able to comeback and defeat Youngstown State 27-24 Saturday afternoon, November 14th, in Ohio.
Redshirt freshman quarterback Easton Stick, who has been filling in for Carson Wentz since he went down with a wrist injury, ran it in from four yards out to give the Bison the lead and the win 27-24.
Stick threw for 176 yards on nine completions. He also ran for 42 yards and two touchdowns. Running back King Frazier also had a touchdown run to help the Bison to victory.
NDSU is now 6-1 and tied atop the Missouri Valley Football Conference with Illinois State.
The Bison are back at the FargoDome to wrap up the regular season against Missouri State next Saturday, November 21st.