Jake Riepma

  1. NCAA Division II National Championship: One for the Ages

    The 2018 season will go down as the most successful season of all-time for Ferris State football, but despite a heroic comeback effort from the Bulldogs on Saturday, the 2018 season will not include a National Championship trophy.

    Valdosta State claimed the NCAA Division II National Championship on Saturday (Dec. 15) with a thrilling 49-47 victory at McKinney ISD Stadium in McKinney, Texas. The win completed a perfect 14-0 season for the Blazers.

    In a game that featured ...

    Updated 12-17-2018 at 07:36 PM by Jake Riepma

  2. National Championship Preview

    On the verge of completing the winningest season in Division II football history, Ferris State faces arguably its toughest test yet.

    on Saturday (Dec. 15) at the McKinney ISD Stadium, in McKinney, Texas, the 15-0 Ferris State Bulldogs will take on the 14-0 Valdosta State Blazers in the 2018 NCAA Division II National Championship Game.

    When the dust settles on Saturday, one team will have earned the right to declare themselves the undefeated, undisputed DII National ...

    Updated 12-13-2018 at 06:00 PM by Jake Riepma

  3. Ferris State Does it Again; One Game Away from Perfection, History

    In a 28-25 game midway through the fourth quarter, the Ferris State Bulldogs scored two touchdowns in a 13-second span to secure the 42-25 win on the road against previously unbeaten Minnesota State (Mankato).

    For the 15-0 Bulldogs, the win punches its ticket to the NCAA Division II National Championship game next weekend for a shot at the football program’s first ever National Championship in 111 years of existence. It also gives FSU the chance to become the first Division II ...
  4. NCAA Division II National Semifinal: #2 Minnesota State VS. #3 Ferris State

    Four undefeated teams remain in the NCAA Division II Playoffs setting up a fantastic weekend of two National Semifinal contests.

    After the re-seeding, on one side of the bracket #2 Minnesota State (Mankato) hosts #3 Ferris State, while on the other side the #1 Valdosta State Blazers welcome the #4 Notre Dame (Ohio) Falcons.

    Currently at 14-0, Ferris State has a chance to become the first team to go 16-0 in a single season in DII history. But let’s not get ahead ...
  5. Super Three Regional Final Recap


    That’s the best way to describe the one-sided affair from Saturday’s Super Three Regional Final between the No. 2 seed Ferris State Bulldogs and the No. 1 seed Ouachita Baptist Tigers.

    Ferris State scored the first 30 points of the contest as Ouachita Baptist never even hinted at being remotely close to belonging on the same field, and the No. 1 seeded and previously unbeaten Ouachita Baptist Tigers were routed 37-14.
    I’ll be honest because ...
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