The South Dakota State Jackrabbits will take on the Montana Grizzlies in what is sure to be another great FCS National Championship Game on January 7th from Frisco.

The Jackrabbits at 14-0 have the longest current active winning streak in FCS College Football, and put it on the line against the Grizz on the game's biggest stage.

Montana enters the contest at 13-1, with the lone loss coming early on in the season against Northern Arizona.

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The Jackrabbits were a big favorite over Villanova in the Quarterfinals and didn't end up covering the big number. In the Semis, the same was true pregame, and the Jackrabbits obliterated the Albany Great Danes to the tune of a 59-0 final, covering the spread.

For those with their eyes and (Jackrabbit) ears tuned into the odds for the FCS Title Game, the wait is over.

SDSU is once again favored big, and are currently a 12.5-point favorite in the game according to FanDuel:

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It's clear that Vegas and the general public have taken notice of the Jackrabbits.

SDSU takes on Montana on Sunday, January 7th. It's a 1:00 kickoff time from Frisco, Texas, and you can catch the game on the TV on ABC and ESPN+.

Source: FanDuel

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Halloween is steeped in scary traditions. Trick-or-Treating, frightening costumes, local actors in "haunted" houses, and the pitch-black darkness of area corn mazes.

However, if we set out to find the real haunted areas what would we find? Over the last 30 years that I have lived in Sioux Falls, a few locations still gain attention as being haunted.

And yes, a handful of thrill-seeking people will show up on our favorite eerie night for what could be a viral video moment or experience a misty phantom first-hand.
Let's take a little tour of the more famous hauntings around Sioux Falls. Turn on the lights and cue the Cowardly Lion: "I do believe in spooks, I do believe in spooks..."

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