(SportsNetwork.com) – The winningest quarterback in FCS history has landed
north of the border.
Brock Jensen, who led North Dakota State to the first three of the Bison’s
unprecedented run of FCS national championships over the past four seasons, has
signed with the Ottawa REDBLACKS, the CFL organization announced Friday.
Jensen had a 47-5 record with 48 total wins while guiding NDSU from 2010-13,
which included two playoff wins as a freshman before the Bison began their
national championship run during his sophomore season. He was named the most
outstanding player of the Bison’s 2012 and ’13 national title wins.
The 6-foot-3, 225-pounder previously spent time in the Miami Dolphins’ training
camp last year and played with the Omaha Mammoths in the 2014 FXFL season.
Former Illinois State linebacker Evan Frierson, like Jensen out of the Missouri
Valley Football Conference, also signed with the REDBLACKS on Friday.