This batch of "David Citations," for the interesting, weird and zany in sports comes with a warning for FBS football teams: Beware of the North Dakota State Bison:

Rent a loss: Over the last six years, North Dakota State, five-time NCAA FCS national champion, has collected more than $2 million from FBS teams in so-called "money games" and has defeated them to boot. The latest was $500,000 from defeating Iowa.

And it’s not basketball: In the last two weeks, the Nashville High School football team has defeated Idabel, Okla., 91-63, and Arkadelphia, 71-40.

Power lunch: At the UCA Sports Hall of Fame brunch, former lineman Don Struebing talked about his relationship with his offensive line coach at UCA, Brooks Hollingsworth, currently an assistant at Conway High. "We tore up a lot of buffets and drew up a lot of plays in the process," Struebing said.

Strong marriage: Struebing also thanked his wife, "Lord knows I’ve given you plenty of chances to run away."

Most versatile: Struebing’s son, Sam, plays for Hendrix and is known as the Warriors’ "Swiss Army Knife." In the Warriors’ victory over Lyon, he played all five positions in the offensive line. He has also seen action this season at H-back and tight end.

Most colorful all-opponent team: So far this season, Hendrix athletic teams have played the Cal Lutheran Regals, the Whittier Poets, the Claremont-Scripps-Mudd Athenas, the Austin College Kangaroos, the Lyon College Scots, the Oglethorpe Stormy Petrels, the Earlham Quakers and the Webster Gorlocks.

(Sports columnist David McCollum can be reached at 501-505-1235 or