FARGO, N.D. -- Brock Jensen threw for 192 yards Saturday afternoon as North Dakota St. (3-0) easily beat Prairie View 66-7.
Jensen was 13 of 15 attempts for the Bison, connecting with Zach Vraa for two touchdowns, including a 69-yard pass, in the first quarter.
The Bison scored 28 points in the second quarter with touchdowns from Nate Moody, John Crockett, Sam Ojuri, and Taylor Nelson, and kicks by Adam Keller. In the third quarter, Deveon Dinwiddie took over the scoring on the ground.
The Panthers (0-4) were scoreless until the fourth quarter when D.J. Harris caught a 7-yard pass from Jerry Lovelocke, followed by an extra point from Chris Barrick, to put Prairie View on the scoreboard.
Prairie View, which ends its nonconference stretch, is seeing its worst start since 2002 when it was 0-6.
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|North Dakota State||7-1||13-2|
|South Dakota State||5-3||8-4|