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You could tell Klieman was tired of answering that question all week but he still answered it and then ended with an “I’d like to move on from that.”Fair enough.Now it’s time for some members of the fan base to move on as well, or at least get back to the business of appreciating success.He was on the sideline for that fateful second half.He was in the locker room to witness the first postgame speech by an NDSU head coach to a losing team in over two years.Larsen said Chris Klieman handled it very well.“I said to him after he talked to the team, ‘Chris, you couldn’t have said it any better,’” Larsen said. With the mix of his personality and the type of seniors we have in the program, he can talk to them like they’re men and that’s what he’s done.His style is so in tune with the way they are.”The loss ended a run of 33 consecutive wins dating back to a defeat to Indiana State on Oct. Following that game, head coach Craig Bohl talked about paying attention to detail in practice and correcting mistakes like too many penalties.Then, Bohl offered to come on Kelly's show at the time to talk about the Bison's last game of the season against arch-rival South Dakota State University.
And so came to an end the undefeated football run of the new athletic director, Matt Larsen, who was at the UNI-Dome Saturday night to see the 23-3 beating Northern Iowa laid on the Bison.That’s probably the general direction Klieman will go with his team this week.I’ve been asked many times in the last 10 months what I think of Klieman and my standard answer is I’ll tell you after something doesn’t go right, albeit a player disciplinary issue or a defeat.North Dakota State University head football coach Craig Bohl and Mojo 104.7 morning host Ryan Kelly are engaged.