South Dakota State's victory at the top-ranked team in FCS continues to open eyes and earn the Jackrabbits, acclaim.

SDSU rallied from 14 down to beat NDSU 19-17, snapping an eight game losing streak to bring the Dakota Marker back to Brookings for the first time since 2009.

It was also just the second time since 1950 that the Jackrabbit football program had won in Fargo.

For the second straight week quarterback Taryn Christion is the Missouri Valley offensive player of the week after running for 141 yards and passing for 303 and two scores.

-CORRECTION:  During the video one of the lower third's improperly spelled Taryn Christion's last name "Christian"

Sioux Center alum Christian Rozeboom is the newcomer of the week as well after recording 12 tackles and a sack.

The Jacks moved from 14th to 11th in the FCS coaches poll and 11th to 7th in the STATS FCS Top 25.

SDSU hosts Youngstown State on Saturday at 2 PM in their Hobo Day homecoming game.  It'll be a battle of the lone unbeaten teams in the Missouri Valley Football Conference with each team at 3-0.