It was supposed to be the FCS game of the week in the country. It wasn't even close.So, where does that leave UND heading into today's Big Sky Conference opener against Montana State at the Alerus Center? "We need to regroup," said UND coach Bubba Schweigert. "It's the start of the conference race; you want to get out front. The conference is a big deal. We make a big deal of winning the league because if you win the conference, you're in the tournament.
Fargo Davies scored on the first play from scrimmage and beat Central 54-12 in Fargo on Friday. "They came out and hit us in the mouth right away," said Lorenz, whose team turned the ball over on their first two possessions of the game. "They came out ready to play and hit us in the mouth and took it to us all night long. "Fargo Davies put the game on running time in the second half. "They are well coached and they had some athletes that we didn't match up very well with," Lorenz said.
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