Team Stats

  • Total Yards

    • RICH209
    • 418NDSU
  • Turnovers

    • RICH2
    • 1NDSU
  • Possession

    RICHNDSU
    36:3723:23
  • 1st Downs

    • RICH9
    • 24NDSU

Game Information

Fargodome
Coverage: ESPN2
  • Fargo, ND 58105
Attendance: 18,105
12/19/2015 Associated Press

North Dakota State advances 5th straight FCS title game

Eric Perkins returned a punt 88 yards for a touchdown to finish off a dominating first half and four-time defending FCS champion North Dakota State beat Richmond 33-7 in a semifinal game Saturday

Scoring Summary

1234T
Richmond00707
North Dakota State13130733
first QuarterRICHNDSU
TD
10:33
King Frazier 2 Yd Run (Two-Point Pass Conversion Failed)
9 plays, 68 yards, 4:27
06
TD
0:00
Chase Morlock 27 Yd pass from Easton Stick (Cam Pedersen Kick)
8 plays, 80 yards, 4:12
013
play
E. Stick pass,to C. Morlock for 27 yds for a TD (0:24)

Easton Stick pass complete to Chase Morlock for 27 yds for a TD (0:24)

second QuarterRICHNDSU
TD
6:04
Zach Vraa 12 Yd pass from Easton Stick (Ben LeCompte Kick)
6 plays, 56 yards, 2:52
020
play
E. Stick pass,to Z. Vraa for 12 yds for a TD (0:21)

Easton Stick pass complete to Zach Vraa for 12 yds for a TD (0:21)

TD
1:31
Eric Perkins 88 Yd Punt Return (Ben LeCompte PAT failed)
6 plays, 21 yards, 2:51
026
play
Bison on the loose for 88-yard for punt return TD (1:53)

North Dakota State's Eric Perkins takes the punt, weaves through the Richmond defense and puts on the jets to go 88 yards to the end zone to increase the Bison lead to 26-0. (1:53)

third QuarterRICHNDSU
TD
11:50
Garrett Hudson 55 Yd pass from Kyle Lauletta (Peter Yoder Kick)
6 plays, 75 yards, 3:10
726
play
K. Lauletta pass,to G. Hudson for 55 yds for a TD, (P. Yoder KICK) (1:10)

Kyle Lauletta pass complete to Garrett Hudson for 55 yds for a TD (Peter Yoder KICK) (1:10)

fourth QuarterRICHNDSU
TD
6:11
King Frazier 2 Yd Run (Cam Pedersen Kick)
18 plays, 87 yards, 10:02
733
play
K. Frazier run for 3 yds for a TD (0:43)

King Frazier run for 3 yds for a TD (0:43)

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