BROOKINGS, S.D. -- North Dakota State, the nation's top-ranked FCS team, shut out FCS No. 6 South Dakota State 20-0 on Saturday.
The Bison (4-0) came off a 51-0 victory over Delaware State last week that included a visit from ESPN's "College GameDay" show.
The two-time defending FCS champions have now won 14 straight on the road.
The Jackrabbits (3-2) lost 59-20 last week at Nebraska but were on a nine-game home winning streak, with the last loss coming to the Bison in 2011.
The first score came early in the second quarter with a 1-yard run by Bison quarterback Brock Jensen.
North Dakota State allowed South Dakota State to stay in the game well into the fourth quarter when NDSU running back John Crockett scored.
On the next possession, Jensen ran it again for his second TD of the game.
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|North Dakota State||7-1||9-2|
|South Dakota State||5-3||8-3|