I’ve heard the Fargodome at crazy decibel levels, but not really this year. It’s still loud, certainly, but not ear-splitting crazy like the UNI game in 2011 or the playoff extravaganzas of the past three seasons. Asked what his message to the fans is, he said a loss doesn’t change anything.“We appreciate your support and we need you now more than ever,” he said, “and I think they’ll respond.”Forum reporter Jeff Kolpack can be reached at (701) 241-5546.
Kolpack’s NDSU media blog can be foundat Jeff Kolpack covers North Dakota State athletics, the Fargo Marathon and golf for The Forum. On the radio, Kolpack & Izzo sports talk show runs from 9-11 a.m. April through August, the WDAY Golf Show with Jeff Kolpack runs from 8-9 a.m.
How anybody can eat, breathe and cook after losing a football game is beyond me.
On Monday, he finally spotted the ring, a round-cut diamond on a gold band, as Kelly walked toward the studio."You could see it from a mile away," said Michaels, who is also a Bison football announcer. And she was glowing."It was Michaels who introduced Kelly and Bohl six years ago at Fargo's Paradiso Mexican Restaurant, where Kelly was hosting a live broadcast."He had this presence about him," she recalled. You feel it."After that first brief encounter and a couple of run-ins at community fundraisers, the two didn't see each other for three years.
That’s probably the general direction Klieman will go with his team this week.
I’ve been asked many times in the last 10 months what I think of Klieman and my standard answer is I’ll tell you after something doesn’t go right, albeit a player disciplinary issue or a defeat.
North Dakota State University head football coach Craig Bohl and Mojo 104.7 morning host Ryan Kelly are engaged.
And though Kelly says she was caught off guard by Bohl's recent proposal, the step felt natural."There's an unbelievable friendship; there's a chemistry," Kelly said, adding, "He's the most incredible man I've ever met."Certainly one of Fargo's power couples, the 51-year-old coach and 33-year-old radio personality have remained relatively private about their three-year romance until recently.
The Silverball Museum/Pinball Hall of Fame is housed in a 9,000-square foot, two-story former nightclub just off the thick of restaurants, shops and galleries of Delray Beach's Atlantic Avenue.