North Dakota State quarterback Carson Wentz's status for the team's home opener against Weber State is up in the air, after he suffered a high ankle sprain August 29th against Montana.

According to InForum, Wentz suffered the injury during the first half of the game against Montana, but continued to play through the pain.

Coach Chris Klieman stated that Wentz would be re-evaluated on Monday, September 7th, at which point the team hopes to have a better idea of whether or not he'll be able to play in the home opener against Weber State on September 12th.

If Wentz is unable to go, second string freshman quarterback Easton Stick would more than likely start for the Bison.

Safety Tre Dempsey and offensive guard Zack Johnson were also injured during August 29th's game against Montana. Both are not expected to miss any game time.

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