Pop Quiz With NDSU Athletes
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October’s Pop Quiz With NDSU Athletes

Each month, we give a handful of NDSU athletes a pop quiz to uncover who they are underneath the Bison uniform. Here are the answers from October’s featured athletes.

Each month, we give a handful of NDSU athletes a pop quiz to uncover who they are underneath the Bison uniform. Here are the answers from October’s featured athletes.

Cole Davis | Football

From Kearney, Missouri, this senior quarterback threw his first career passing touchdown of his NDSU career this season against Mississippi Valley State. Davis has appeared in 16 games during his Bison career.

Cole Davis NDSU Football

What is a memorable Halloween costume you wore as a kid?
“Red Power Ranger”

 

In your opinion, what is the ultimate tailgating food?
“Chicken wings”

Would you rather fly in a blimp or a hot air balloon?
“Hot air balloon”

 

What band were you obsessed with in middle school?
“Boys Like Girls. I still jam to their music.”

If you made contact with aliens but could only show them one TV sitcom to explain the human race, which would you choose?
“‘The Office'”

 

 

Jessica Jorgensen | Volleyball

This senior middle-hitter from Blaine, Minnesota, is back from an injury that sidelined her near the end of last season. She entered the 2017 with 269 sets played in 78 matches.

Jessica Jorgensen NDSU Volleyball

What is a memorable Halloween costume you wore as a kid?
“When I was 3, I was a big red ladybug, and it looked like the costume swallowed me.”

In your opinion, what is the ultimate tailgating food?
“Any kind of bars, I’m all over that.”

Would you rather fly in a blimp or a hot air balloon?
“Hot air balloon”

What band were you obsessed with in middle school?
“Top 2 were for sure Avril Lavigne and the Pussycat Dolls.”

If you made contact with aliens but could only show them one TV sitcom to explain the human race, which would you choose?
“Either ‘New Girl’ or ‘Friends'”

 

Anna Reinholz | Soccer

A Fargo native playing in her senior season, this forward has started in eight games this season. She’s accumulated 514 minutes played in 2017.

Anna Reinholz NDSU Soccer

What is a memorable Halloween costume you wore as a kid?
“I wore a dragon costume one year.”

In your opinion, what is the ultimate tailgating food?
“Chocolate peanut butter brownies”

Would you rather fly in a blimp or a hot air balloon?
“Hot air balloon, for sure”

What band were you obsessed with in middle school?
“Not a band, but I was obsessed with Taylor Swift.”

If you made contact with aliens but could only show them one TV sitcom to explain the human race, which would you choose?
“‘Seinfeld’—It’s the ultimate show about life.”

 

Daniel Polansky | Football

From Gatzke, Minnesota, this senior made two tackles in the season opener against Mississippi Valley State. Polansky made his first career reception in the opener, going for 24 yards.

Daniel Polansky NDSU Football

What is a memorable Halloween costume you wore as a kid?
“Darth Vader”

In your opinion, what is the ultimate tailgating food?
“Burgers and brats”

Would you rather fly in a blimp or a hot air balloon?
“Blimp”

What band were you obsessed with in middle school?
“Back Behind The Barn Boys”

If you made contact with aliens but could only show them one TV sitcom to explain the human race, which would you choose?
“‘Arrested Development'”

 

Brianna Rasmusson | Volleyball

This senior setter is from Fergus Falls, Minnesota. Rasmusson has been a regular in the starting line up her entire career, registering more than 400 sets played in more than 100 matches.

Brianna Rasmusson NDSU Volleyball

What is a memorable Halloween costume you wore as a kid?
“Red M&M”

In your opinion, what is the ultimate tailgating food?
“Chili”

Would you rather fly in a blimp or a hot air balloon?
“Hot air balloon”

What band were you obsessed with in middle school?
“Destiny’s Child”

If you made contact with aliens but could only show them one TV sitcom to explain the human race, which would you choose?
“‘Friends'”

 

October’s Pop Quiz With NDSU Athletes
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