In their first two games of the season the Bison passing game has been able to move the ball not just when it wants, but to whoever it wants. After just two contests 15 different North Dakota State players have receptions, more than all of last season. Junior wide out Zach Vraa credits the Bison offensive scheme for the recent success through the air.
"Our power game, our run game. Team's still fear it," explained Vraa. "We feel confident hitting that up the hole every once in a while. And maybe even on a first down and ten we'll hit 'em with a deep ball and keep 'em on their toes. We really try and stay balanced on everything we do and I feel like we're doing well with that right now."
Delaware State is giving up 268 yards per game through the air.