Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Participants in first minority coordinators professional development seminar, held at NFL combine and sponsored by Advocates for Athletic Equity (formerly BCA): Delaware CBs coach Henry Baker, Oklahoma DBs coach Kerry Cooks, North Texas OL coach Brad Davis, Hawaii offensive coordinator Kefense Hynson, Missouri RBs coach Brian Jones, SMU defensive coordinator Van Malone, Vanderbilt DBs Brett Maxie, Gardner-Webb OL coach Kenneth Ray, Southern Utah head coach Demario Warren and Findlay co-defensive coordinator Jake Zweig.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Nebraska WR Lane Hovey is transferring to Montana. "He's a great, great young man," coach Mike Riley says.

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Southern Utah names DC Warren head coach

On Sunday, Southern Utah announced the promotion of defensive coordinator Demario Warren to head coach. Warren succeeds Ed Lamb, who resigned to join Kalani Sitake's staff at BYU.

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WR Kupp, DE Holmes honored as top FCS players

Eastern Washington receiver Cooper Kupp was honored Friday night as the Football Championship Subdivision offensive player of the year as the Big Sky Conference swept the top four awards.

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Best college football finishes of 2015 (3:43)
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Best five catches of the CFB season (2:59)
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Best college football upsets in 2015 (3:17)

Leach recruited players from where?

One of college football's most quotable moments this season came from Portland State coach Bruce Barnum, when he joked about where Washington State coach Mike Leach must get his recruits from. CFB's best quotes of 2015

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FCS QB Prukop commits to Oregon over Bama

Montana State star QB Dakota Prukop, who graduated this month, has elected to transfer to Oregon. He will be eligible to play immediately pending acceptance into an Oregon masters program.

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North Dakota State defense outshines Montana (2:29)
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NDSU crushes Montana in FCS second round (0:48)
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NDSU rolling in FCS playoffs

For the second time in the game, North Dakota State took a Brady Gustafson interception all the way back for a touchdown, this one from CJ Smith to put the Bison up 37-6. NDSU is the four-time defending FCS champion.

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The Bison run it back

North Dakota State's Bruce Anderson returned a kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown. Montana trails 31-6 in the second round of the FCS Playoffs.

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Four-time defending champs rolling

Bruce Anderson ran for a 15-yard TD, extending North Dakota State's lead to 21-0 over Montana in the FCS playoffs. The Bison have won each of the past four FCS titles.

Watch: Montana vs. North Dakota State

It's the second round of the NCAA FCS championship and No. 3 NDSU got on the board first with a rushing TD by Easton Stick, the second-leading rusher on the team. Streaming live on ESPN3

2015 Big Sky Standings

TEAMCONFOVR
Southern Utah7-18-4
Portland State6-29-3
Montana6-28-5
North Dakota5-37-4
Northern Arizona5-37-4
Eastern Washington5-36-5
Weber State5-36-5
Northern Colorado3-56-5
Montana State3-55-6
Cal Poly3-54-7
UC Davis2-62-9
Idaho State1-72-9
Sacramento State1-72-9