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    Craig Bohl - Possibility?

    I don't know if anyone has mentioned Craig Bohl from I-AA North Dakota State yet, but he looks pretty impressive. NDSU is currently ranked 5th and has a 9-1 record, with the one loss a 1 point loss at Minnesota. Here is his bio:

    Craig Bohl's impact on North Dakota State's football program has been impressive. Bohl begins his fourth season after directing the tradition-rich Bison program to a 7-4 record during the 2005 season. NDSU was ranked in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches and The Sports Network Top 25 polls for 10-of-12 weeks during the regular season climbing as high as No. 8 in both polls on Sept. 19.
    Charter members of the Great West Football Conference, North Dakota State won its final three league games to finish with a 3-2 record and tie for third place in the standings.
    Bohl started his NDSU career with back-to-back 8-3 seasons. The Bison closed out the 2004 campaign with three straight wins including victories over nationally-ranked Northwestern State (La.) and UC Davis.
    North Dakota State was ranked No. 23 in the final 2004 ESPN/USA Today and The Sports Network Top 25 polls to highlight their first season at NCAA Division I-AA.
    Bohl has compiled a 23-10 record overall including a 15-3 record at the Fargodome. His first season was highlighted by North Dakota State's stunning 25-24 road win over perennial Division I-AA power Montana in just his second game at the helm.
    The 47-year-old Bohl fits the successful profile of Bison leaders of the past. He is articulate, high-energy, experienced, successful and charismatic.
    His first full-time coaching position was as the defensive secondary coach for the Bison under Don Morton in 1984 when the NDSU finished second in the nation with a 12-1 record.
    Since then, Bohl has coached on the Division I level for 18 seasons including stops at five different universities. He was the linebackers coach at Tulsa for two seasons (1985-86), the linebackers coach at Wisconsin for two seasons (1987-88), the defensive coordinator at Rice for five seasons (1989-93), the linebackers coach and defensive coordinator at Duke for one season (1994), and the linebackers coach at Nebraska for eight years. The final three seasons at Nebraska also included the defensive coordinator duties.
    His seasons at Nebraska included a number of Top 10 defensive national rankings for a team that compiled an 85-18 record including national championships with a Fiesta Bowl win in 1995 and an Orange Bowl win 1997. At Duke, he helped mold one of the biggest turnarounds in college football, working with a program that posted an 8-4 record in 1994 after the Blue Devils had gone 3-8 the year before his arrival. A number of athletes who have played for Bohl while at Nebraska have played or been drafted in the National Football League.
    A native of Lincoln, Nebraska, he was a reserve in the Cornhusker secondary from 1977 through 1979 under Tom Osborne and played on NU's 1979 Orange Bowl and 1980 Cotton Bowl teams. He holds a bachelor's degree in business administration from Nebraska (1982).



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    Re: Craig Bohl - Possibility?

    Regardless if he gets the job or not, he will be in Ames for a game. NDSU plays ISU if football in 2007 or 2008. NDSU MBB plays here Dec 31,2006. Looking forward to the FB weekend as I am from ND and many of friends back home are Bison grads and want to come down here for some ISU tailgatinge experience. I want to send them home without a win.

    Gotta love them clones!



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