Though the Coyote football team remained close in all four quarters during Saturday’s game, they fell 21-28 against North Dakota State University.
The Coyotes would begin to mount their comeback in the 4th quarter down 28-14.
They would drive down the field behind Streveler as he would lead the Coyotes 65 yards in nine plays, only taking 2 minutes and 22 seconds. In the end finding Alonge Brooks with 9:30 left in the game.
After a forcing a 3-and-out, the Coyotes gained possession and charged into Bison territory. However, after having 1st-and-5 on the NDSU 20-yard line, they would be stopped for a 4-yard loss on a run by Michael Fredrick.
Following the loss came three straight incompletions by Streveler looking for the end zone.
Once the Bison gained possession they never looked back and moved the chains on a critical 3rd-and-2 to waste the final five minutes on the clock and take the win.
The Bison finished their regular season with at least a part of its sixth straight Missouri Valley Football Conference championship, while the Coyotes finished their season 4-7, missing the playoffs.