Eastern Washington and North Dakota State are almost exactly the same height. They are not, however, the same weight. Them boys from Fargo are meatier.
The Bison are, on average, nearly eight pounds heavier than the Eagles: 229.3 pounds vs. 221.7 pounds. They're heavier in eight of the nine position groups, which includes, on average, a 25-pound advantage and among both quarterbacks and kickers/punters.
MAP: NDSU Hometowns
MAP: EWU Hometowns
Only Eastern Washington's linebackers are bigger: