Video: North Dakota State shocks Kansas State with 8:30 drive in fourth

Photo: Scott Sewell-USA TODAY Sports

Photo: Scott Sewell-USA TODAY Sports

For the fourth year in a row, the North Dakota State Bison of the FCS have upended one of the FBS big boys. This year’s was especially shocking, however, as the defending FCS national champs headed out to Manhattan, Kansas and took down a Wildcats squad that played in a BCS game just a few months ago.

What’s more, the Bison broke the hearts of K-State Nation (not to mention the K-State Mask) on the same night a massive new statue was erected to honor legendary coach Bill Snyder.

How did NDSU do it? By converting four third down attempts en route to putting together an eight minute, 30-second long scoring drive for the win. Quarterback Brock Jensen (definitely a legit QB name) was 7-for-7 in marching his Bison down the field before sneaking into pay dirt for the score that would provide the final, 24-21, margin.