Defending the Option | VideoLee Timmerman | 12/6/2012
Wofford is an option team and the Terriers are averaging 357-yards rushing per-game. The Bison athletes know each play comes down to each individual executing.
"A team like that especially Wofford with the talent they have every single play can go for a touchdown if just one guy messes up so it needed to be an effort of all eleven Bison getting to the football, doing their job, nobody playing hero football or trying to do something extraordinary. All you have to do is do your job and we will be fine," said linebacker Grant Olson.
"If the ball comes my way up front great, I`ll make the play and when you play your gap that way everybody else knows that they can count on you," said defensive tackle Ryan Drevlow.
You can count on the Bison pre-game show at 1:00 Saturday afternoon on NBC North Dakota Sports. The Bison and Terriers will tee-it-up a little after 2:00 on December 8.