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In Touch 11/25/22

The folks from the Aberdeen Community Concert Series joins us to talk about the upcoming “Medora Musical” performance…

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Brent Norberg, head coach of the Aberdeen Central Golden Eagles boys basketball team joins us to preview Eagles basketball this season…

SDSU Jackrabbits ranked first in the nation in FCS football

After South Dakota State defeated North Dakota State Saturday in Fargo to win their second straight Dakota Marker game, the Jacks are now on top of the FCS football landscape. The latest FCS coach’s poll was released Sunday and South Dakota State is the top ranked team in the nation with 26 of the 27 first place votes. Behind them is Montana State, Sacramento State, North Dakota State and Weber state rounding off the top five.

RANKSCHOOLRECORDPOINTSPREVIOUS
RANKSCHOOLRECORDPOINTSPREVIOUS
1South Dakota State (26)6-16713
2Montana State6-16214
3Sacramento State (1)6-06165
4North Dakota State5-25931
5Weber State6-05736
6Jackson State6-05137
7Montana5-14822
8Chattanooga5-14689
9Holy Cross6-04678
10UIW6-143810
11Mercer6-140311
12Delaware6-137112
13William & Mary5-134313
14UT Martin4-229514
15Samford5-128615
16Fordham6-127817
17Southern Illinois5-223719
18Southeast Missouri State5-117121
19Rhode Island4-217022
20Stephen F. Austin4-314720
21Richmond4-212425
22Austin Peay5-29324
23Princeton5-08723
24Idaho4-257NR
25Elon5-25618

Dropped Out: Villanova (16)

Others Receiving Votes: 
North Carolina Central, 48; Furman, 39; Villanova, 31; North Dakota, 23; New Hampshire, 18; Penn, 14; Florida A&M, 11; Abilene Christian, 10; St. Thomas (Minn.), 7; Merrimack, 5; Eastern Kentucky, 4; Illinois State, 2; Campbell, 1; Hampton, 1; Stetson, 1..

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USD QB Carson Camp to transfer

University of South Dakota quarterback Carson Camp has announced he will enter the transfer portal at the end of this season,