Author Archives: Fritz Jarrett

UND Playoff Scenarios

Let’s preface this discussion by saying UND must first and foremost WIN in the regular season finale out in beautiful San Luis Obispo, California vs. Cal-Poly and their triple option attack.  No small task for UND.  If they do not win, the … Continue reading


Just Win, Baby

After a crazy Big Sky Conference Saturday, speculation is rampant for playoff chances for a bunch of FCS squads in multiple conferences who still have the opportunity to get to 7 wins.  UND is one of those schools. Northern Colorado … Continue reading


Promoting a Lasting Legacy

We’ve learned that at this weekend’s Homecoming game the former teammates of Travis O’Neel from the 2001 National Championship team will be promoting the Travis O’Neel Memorial Scholarship Endowment.  It was started to honor the life and legacy of Travis, both … Continue reading

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A Win is a Win, But…

…that was ugly. In a game that started out with a bang for UND (Luke Stanley’s long TD reception), UND ended up having to hang on to beat Drake 21-18 in a game there they led 21-0. The game did not … Continue reading


Week 2 Game Preview – Drake Bulldogs

The Game Vitals Game Time – 5:00 CT Opponent – Drake Bulldogs @ Alerus Center, Grand Forks, ND Game Notes – UND   Drake TV – Midco Sports Network / Fox College Sports Pacific                                                                  Online Streaming –                                                                  Spread – North Dakota – 18.5.   Total = 41  … Continue reading

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Depth Chart Released and Captains Named

Coach Bubba Schweigert named his four captains for the 2015 Football season yesterday.  As anticipated, he selected the best representatives for the UND program, on and off the field.  The following seniors were selected as captains: OG Brandon Anderson – … Continue reading

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One That Would Unite All Fronts

***First and foremost as a disclaimer, we, the writers of this blog, have varying and differing opinions on many topics.  This is probably just another illustration of that.*** I can’t but follow up on President Kelley’s decision (a smart one) … Continue reading


UND Spring Ball Update – Defense

Following up on the offense report, here’s a look at what we’ve seen and heard so far regarding the progression of the UND Defense in spring practices: – At corner, sophomore Deion Harris is positioning himself as the top guy … Continue reading


SFI Spring Depth Chart – Offense

Because of injuries and non-spring participants, the Offensive side of the ball is a bit more challenged with less depth and numbers than their defensive counterparts at almost all positions.  Coach Rudolph and the offense will no doubt have to practice … Continue reading

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SFI Spring Depth Chart – Defense

With the first spring practice only 2 days away, we thought we’d look at we we believe the depth chart will look like for the start of spring practice.  It will no doubt have changes from the start to end … Continue reading