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2019 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP IN PHOTOS

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North Dakota State defeated Eastern Washington 38-24 in the 2019 FCS National Championship in Frisco, Texas.

B-52 Bomber flyover prior to the 2019 FCS National Championship/by Brooks Nuanez

North Dakota State head coach Chris Klieman/by Brooks Nuanez

North Dakota State quarterback Easton Stick (12) hands off to Ty Brooks (28) during pregame/by Brooks Nuanez

North Dakota State offensive coordinator Courtney Messingham/by Brooks Nuanez

Eastern Washington head coach Aaron Best/by Brooks Nuanez

North Dakota State quarterback Easton Stick (12)/by Brooks Nuanez

North Dakota State quarterbacks pregame/by Brooks Nuanez

North Dakota State fans prior to kickoff/by Brooks Nuanez

Eastern Washington player take the field, featuring tight end Jayce Gilder (89)/by Brooks Nuanez

North Dakota State quarterback Easton Stick (12) snaps the first play of the 2019 FCS National Championship/by Brooks Nuanez

Eastern Washington defenders plant North Dakota State quarterback Easton Stick/by Brooks Nuanez

Eastern Washington fans during the 2019 FCS National Championship game/by Brooks Nuanez

Former Eastern Washington head coach Beau Baldwin/by Brooks Nuanez

Eastern Washington linebacker Ketner Kupp (40) sticks North Dakota State running back Seth Wilson (22)/by Brooks Nuanez

North Dakota State tight end Nate Jenson (85) powers through an Eastern Washington defender/by Brooks Nuanez

Eastern Washington coaches Josh Fetter (L) and Eti Ena (R)/by Brooks Nuanez

Eastern Washington quarterback Eric Barriere (3)/by Brooks Nuanez

North Dakota State quarterback Easton Stick (12)/by Brooks Nuanez

Eastern Washington running back Dennis Merritt (44)/by Brooks Nuanez

North Dakota State quarterback Easton Stick (12) rears back for a throw/by Brooks Nuanez

Eastern Washington defender Kendrick Johnson and Co. tackle North Dakota State wide receiver Dallas Freeman (83)/by Brooks Nuanez

North Dakota State linebacker Levi Jordheim (45) celebrates an interception with teammates/by Brooks Nuanez

Eastern Washington quarterback Gunner Talkington (15) pitches a fake field goal to tight end Jayce Gilder for a touchdown/by Brooks Nuanez

Eastern Washington quarterback Eric Barriere (3) avoids a sack/by Brooks Nuanez

North Dakota State quarterback Easton Stick (12)/by Brooks Nuanez

2018 Big Sky Confernce Defensive MVP, Eastern Washington defensive tackle Jay-Tee Tiuli (99)/by Brooks Nuanez

North Dakota State left tackle Dillon Radunz (75)/by Brooks Nuanez

North Dakota State running back Lance Dunn (10) dives for yards/by Brooks Nuanez

North Dakota State safety Robbie Grimsley (5)/by Brooks Nuanez

Eastern Washington running back Sam McPherson (20)/by Brooks Nuanez

North Dakota State wide receiver Darius Shephard (20) scores a 78-yard touchdown/by Brooks Nuanez

Eastern Washington quarterback Eric Barriere (3) in the open field vs North Dakota State/by Brooks Nuanez

North Dakota State head coach Chris Klieman celebrates with his team and the National Championship trophy/by Brooks Nuanez

North Dakota State defensive end Stanley Jones (94) celebrates with the National Championship trophy/by Brooks Nuanez

North Dakota State head coach Chris Klieman/by Brooks Nuanez

Former North Dakota State quarterback, Easton Stick (12)/by Brooks Nuanez

About Brooks Nuanez

Brooks Nuanez, Director of Operations — Brooks is the co-founder, senior photographer and Director of Operations for Skyline Sports. He is a life-long athlete who enjoys the fierce nature of sports as much as he enjoys the sweet harmony of music. Brooks first gained an interest for photography at a young age, and grew that passion into a craft. Brooks has spent most of his life in Montana, instilling a love for the mountains and the wildlife. The University of Montana alum spent parts of three seasons as a safety for the Grizzly football team while earning a degree in business management, honing his passion for craft beer, people and his entrepreneurial spirit. In July of 2015, Brooks married his lifelong love, Kaila. The couple lives happily in Bozeman with their son Ellis.

Brooks can be reached at Brooks.nuanez@gmail.com and followed on Twitter @Brooksnuanez and @SkylineSportsMT.

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