The M State football team trailed 16-3 at the half on Sunday afternoon but played a nearly flawless second half to record a 19-16 victory over the previously unbeaten NDSCS Wildcats in Wahpeton. NDSCS was ranked second in the nation going into the game and boasted a 9-0 record. The win puts the Spartans at 6-4 as they prepare for the MCAC Championship game next Sunday at Concordia University in St. Paul.
Carsen McKnight’s 47 yard field goal as time expired lifted the M State football team to a 27-24 victory over Central Lakes on Saturday in Fergus Falls as the Spartans advance to the MCAC semifinals with the win.
Nate Hayden threw for 377 yards and completed touchdown passes to four different receivers on Saturday afternoon as the Spartans recorded a 38-28 victory over Mesabi Range. M State had 489 yards of total offense on the day.