FARGO, N.D. (AP) - It wasn't that long ago, North Dakota State coach Craig Bohl says, that Bison football fans were complaining to athletic director Gene Taylor about spectators standing up during games and blocking their view.
No longer is the atmosphere inside the Fargodome like a dog show.
Fresh off their first Division I football championship, the Bison have sold out every home game for the first time in school history. They open the season Saturday against visiting Robert Morris, after a brief ceremony planned to commemorate the Championship Subdivision title.
Bison quarterback Brock Jensen says, ``It's going to be really loud. The dome is going to be rocking.''