YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Brock Jensen threw for four touchdowns and ran for another Saturday to lead North Dakota State to its 3rd-straight Missouri Valley Conference title with a 35-17 victory over Youngstown State.
All of Jensen's touchdown passes were for less than 15 yards and he picked up his final touchdown on a 1-yard rush. Jensen's career 62 touchdown passes broke the record of career TD passes at NDSU, previously held by Steve Walker with 60. Sam Ojuri ran for 146 yards on 17 carries -- one for a game-high 55 yards- and John Crockett ran 120 yards on 15 carries for the Bison (10-0, 7-0).
Kurt Hess threw for 53 yards and one touchdown and Tanner threw for 48 yards and one touchdown for Youngstown State (8-3, 5-2), ranked second in the MVC.
The Bison have not lost on the road since 2010.
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