Lovell

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About Lovell

  • Birthday 08/12/1989

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  • Location
    Grand Forks, ND
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    UND Sports, mainly football,hockey,and basketball.

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  1. Love the play calling so far from Rudolph
  2. 28-14 Moo U
  3. There you go, personally I like the change
  4. My thoughts tonight after the loss is might as well lose now when we still can. We got to learn from our mistakes and come out fired up during for the NCAA tourney and play like we know we can. Not the end of the world although it does make a long weekend for all the Sioux fans like me in St. Paul for the weekend. Go Sioux
  5. It makes me sad how petty this great rivalry has gotten. Instead of arguing about how UND's offense would match up against NDSU's defense or any other topic that deals with the game itself, we are arguing about who's ducking who. I can't wait till this game is scheduled and played so we can all put this behind us and get down to what really matters.
  6. They still send those emails out to students and they may as well be sending out spam. I never look at them and just delete them right away. I agree with putting up notices on the bulletin boards around campus but I think they also need something that will grab someone’s attention when the students are walking to class. Something like a board on campus displaying all the upcoming athletic events or something like that. Another thing is getting to the Alerus as a student is a pain. I think they still have shuttle buses going from campus to the Alerus but I'm not sure. If they do, they really need to start advertising it. I think that would help a little. For the students staying for the game, they really need to improve the atmosphere in the Alerus before and during the game. I know this has been brought up before. Some of the pregame videos and in game contests such as minute to win it seem like something straight out of high school. One of my pet peeves that still makes me cringe a little is when they have the players on the video screen doing something goofy or cheering on the fans. It seems out of place. The Alerus should really take a page out of the Ralphs playbook when it comes to building that game time atmosphere.
  7. Thanks, I couldn't agree with you more. This years schedule and the ones in the future should generate enough interest to get UND football to where it needs to beattendance wise.
  8. Hey guys, I'm a long time reader of siouxsports.com but I never post anything. I've probably been keeping track of everything on here since I was in Jr. High. I'm currently a UND student who has been to pretty much every home game since 2001 when the team first moved into the Alerus. I can't begin to tell you how excited I am for this upcoming season. With the current student attendence to games being what it is, I'm really hoping that the University gets the word out to the students about the home games better then what they have done in the past. Most of the students, from my experiences, view the football program as lower tier program due to ignorance. I can't tell you how many times I've tried to get my friends to go to games and all they say is "Why would I spend my Saturday afternoon watching that when I can sit at home and watch all big name programs on TV." They just don't know the history of the program and they usually compare it to that school down south, with their recent success. Heck most of the students don't even know about the rivalry between the two schools and just assume that NDSU has been the top dog forever in the state of North Dakota. The future of UND football looks bright and I'm hoping the students and the community of Grand Forks sees this and comes out to games to support our guys. Thats just my two cents I guess on the attendence issue we've had in the past. Here to a great season in the Big Sky in 2012. Go Sioux
  9. My heart says to vote no, but my head says to vote yes. As stated before voting yes is in the University's best interest.