South Dakota State football wins FCS national title

FRISCO – Jackrabbits. By a mile.

For the first time ever, South Dakota State is the national champion, and for the first time ever, North Dakota State has been defeated in the FCS title game at Toyota Stadium.

SDSU absolutely blew the doors off their rivals on Sunday, a 45-21 win in front of 18,023 fans. It was about a 50/50 split of green and blue, and the fans in blue were treated to nothing short of the most memorable day and impressive performance in the 123-year history of Jackrabbit football.

“It was unreal man,” said offensive tackle Garrett Greenfield. “It was a fantastic atmosphere. We knew if we could just come out and handle all the extra stuff and settle in and play football we’d do good things and that’s exactly how it played out. I just couldn’t be prouder of our team.”

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