I went to the pep rally for NDSU fans and alumni at Dr. Pepper Park, the home of a AA baseball team here in Frisco.
They expected 8000 fans and nearly 10,000 fans showed for the festivities. After last night, I think the NDSU fan population at the game today will be nearly 75% of FC Dallas Stadium.
Here are a few photos from the pep rally last night.
Just a little over four
By this time tomorrow, we will have a winner. Will it be Sam Houston State getting revenge on their loss in this game last year or will North Dakota State repeat as champions?
That question will be answered tomorrow. Today, we saw each team's last practice and each team with a short press conference before the game.
Here are some more photos from today.
I can't wait until tomorrow
Last night was the Great Texas BBQ Bowl, an evening of great Texas barbeque and a night of games. I want to thank the Southland Conference for inviting myself and CSN photographer Bryan to this event.
The food was excellent and I want to thank the Main Event Entertainment center just a few blocks away from FC Dallas Stadium for a great night of fun this week of the national championship game.
NDSU won the bowling and SHSU won the bull riding contest.
Well, I made it to Frisco and got a brisk awaking this morning as temperatures were in the upper 20s. This morning, I picked up my media pass and shot some photos of FC Dallas Stadium.
NDSU also had their team picture this morning in the west side of the stadium.
This stadium looks great as the workers prepare for the game on Saturday.
I will be back to the stadium
In just over an hour, the rematch will be seen in the Fargodome. A capacity crowd is again expected inside this facility and likely the sound will be the loudest it has been all season as well.
I expect a much closer game than what was seen last year with a 35-7 NDSU win.
The Eagle offense will be able to move the ball at times in this game, I beleive. The Georgia Southern defense is where I see the question marks.
Ball control will likely be in