Jan 4, 2014; Frisco, TX, USA; North Dakota State Bison quarterback Brock Jensen (16) runs in the end zone for a touchdown in the third quarter of the game against the Towson Tigers at Toyota Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

Towson vs. North Dakota State final score: Bison win FCS Championship, 35-7

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The Towson Tigers were hoping to pull off another upset in their FCS postseason run, but they ran in to the powerhouse known as the North Dakota State Bison. After being able to keep things close in the first quarter, the North Dakota State offense attack opened up and they were able to run away with the game on their way to a 35-7 victory.

For North Dakota State, the win earned them their third consecutive FCS championship.

North Dakota State now joins Appalachian State as the only FCS teams to win three consecutive championships.

With such a deficit, Towson was unable to pound the rock with running back Terrance West, which is what they used to get to the title game.

West finished the game with just 99 yards and a touchdown and still managed to be the game’s leading rusher, while a diverse North Dakota State rushing game saw four separate players find the endzone in their blowout win.

It was the final game of head coach Craig Bohl’s career at North Dakota State, where he finishes with a 104-32 in 11 seasons.

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