North Dakota State coach Craig Bohl left the game against Kansas feeling pretty good. His team won in an upset and now that KU is down, it's time to start kicking.â†µ
Here's what Bohl said about the crowd at the NDSU/KU game:â†µ
“I think the environment that we're going to play in Cedar Falls (Iowa) is going to be much more of a hostile environment than Memorial Stadium in Kansas,” Bohl said. “That was pretty docile. And the type of team that we’re going to be playing is going to be a much more physical, aggressive football team than KU.”â†µ
As for the opponent NDSU is playing next week -- Northern Iowa -- well, they're better.â†µ
“And, quite frankly, I think we’re going to be playing a better opponent,” Bohl continued. “I know one school is in the Big 12 and the other one is in the Missouri Valley. I think that gives an indication on how we see Missouri Valley play and the respect we give Northern Iowa.”â†µ
This has gotta be frustrating for KU fans because NDSU beat them so they don't have a lot of room to respond here.