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It's a wire story. BFD.

Since we're talking about the Kolpacks ....

"An NCAA study completed in 2002 revealed the average Division I-AA school lost $3.4 million in 2001. Between 1999 and 2001, average revenues rose 6.3 percent while average expenses climbed by 25.9 percent.

That hard fact hit one of the premier programs in Division I-AA this year: the University of Montana.

The program that routinely draws full houses in its 24,000-seat Washington-Grizzly football stadium dug itself a near $1 million deficit.

Two years ago, rival Montana State was nearly $1 million in the red. It ended 2002-03 with a $470,000 deficit, according to a university official."

Source: Jeff Kolpack, The Fargo Forum, Published Sunday, May 16, 2004.

Wonder if the Stream Yellow crowd has tarred him, yet. Better yet, maybe they should save some money on those idiotic yard signs about D1, and get ready for a rousing battle with Alpo State.

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