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  1. Let's just start doing it on Saturday and be done with this idiotic ideology.
  2. How about the "Grinder" in honor of the Red Pepper
  3. I think it's a joke. For the safety of the their student athletes?? Is it any less safe playing football in the fall? Maybe we just need to cancel football all together.
  4. Does it make any sense for the team to get vaccinated instead of having this drag out?
  5. Is the team practicing outside this week?
  6. There are game rosters for free on the table at the top of the stairs. Sometimes they run out quick.
  7. If there is a science to it, explain the differences between what the Fargodome decides and the Ralph. I think we'd be surprised.
  8. How many practices does the team get on the new turf before the game?
  9. Hopefully it's just me, but I'm seeing very little advertising or excitement for this game. I hate to compare it to our friends from the south, but I'm seeing about one UND sports update to every 4 NDSU (not saying they should be equal). Are there no local TV stations in GF anymore? I don't care if you have to give tickets away, there should be no reason for not filling the 4000 capacity. If football is a revenue sport for the University, in my mind they are getting a failing grade.
  10. Two deep chart for Saturday Week 1 SIU (PDF) - University of North Dakota Athletics (fightinghawks.com)
  11. Fargodome is at 50% capacity Alerus is at 32% capacity Explain the science behind that decision? I just hope that they don't overprice the tickets like the Ralph so we don't even reach the 4,000.
  12. Is this the last hurdle before demolition? Grand Forks City Council approves tax breaks for UND Memorial Stadium, Lyons Auto Supply, Townhouse and St. John's Block redevelopments | Grand Forks Herald
  13. UND football camp Day 3: Hawks continue to develop Boltmann's versatility Play of the day: For the second time during fall camp, UND freshman quarterback Tommy Schuster had a wide receiver make a diving catch on the sideline on a ball that initially appeared uncatchable. Earlier in camp, the catch was from Minnesota State Moorhead transfer Jake Richter. On Sunday, it was Mikey Griebel making the grab.
  14. UND football camp Day 2: Richter, Burian make highlight grabs For the second day in a row, UND worked in utility man Brock Boltmann at quarterback -- sometimes with another quarterback split out wide. Freshman Reid Neal was the fourth quarterback to take snaps. He hit tight end/wide receiver Adam Zavalney, of Park River, N.D., on a rollout pass for about 7 yards to finish practice.
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