UND Football Adjusting To Life In Utah

The UND football team will wrap up its Big Sky Conference road schedule today with a 7 p.m. kickoff against Southern Utah in Cedar City. We flew in to Utah early Friday evening. On the plane, I sat by the 5-year-old kid who won the video contest (QUICK REFRESHER: He had two broken arms at the…
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What We Learned From UND’s Win At Portland State

First off, here were Bubba Schweigert’s comments from Providence Park after UND’s decisive win over Portland State: UND survived another rough start on the road to handily beat a reeling Portland State team. That was my first visit to Providence Park, the part-time home of PSU football. It’s a really strange feel, in the heart…
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Who’s The Next Athletic Director At UND? Version 2.0

With the news this morning that UND athletic director Brian Faison will retire, I’ll hand out the Tom Miller Consulting Firm to UND free of charge. Here’s the people in which I would gauge interest: … But first, here’s my thought process. On one hand, UND’s last two athletic directors — Faison and Tom Buning…
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UND Football: What We Learned From The Montana Loss

The UND football team, which continues to receive injury blow after injury blow, went to Missoula last Saturday and stumbled 41-17 in a game that all but sealed postseason fate. The Fighting Hawks dropped to 2-5 and have four games remaining (vs. Sacramento State, at Portland State, at Southern Utah, vs. Eastern Washington). I’ll give…
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UND QB Keaton Studsrud A Game-Time Decision Vs. Montana

UND senior quarterback Keaton Studsrud, who did travel to Missoula, appears questionable for today’s game against Montana. He’s on the field right now jogging, but he isn’t moving well. UND will have about 15 potential starters out for this week’s game against the Griz, but perhaps none would be as important as Studsrud, who has been the clear-cut…
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