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By ERIC OLSON
AP College Football Writer
Craig Bohl is having the time of his life at North Dakota State.
His program is bidding to join Appalachian State as the only schools to win three straight Championship Subdivision titles. There was that season-opening victory over Kansas State. And this week ESPN's popular College GameDay show is setting up shop in downtown Fargo, N.D., in advance of the Bison's game against Delaware State.
The 55-year-old Bohl has overseen the Bison's ascent in the FCS only nine years after beginning the transition from Division II.
Along the way the Bison have won seven of 10 games against the Bowl Subdivision.
A win over FCS Delaware State would be Bohl's 92nd and make him the career leader at North Dakota State.

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