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Watch Saturday's game free on Facebook, UND Insider
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Updated: Tuesday 04/19/2013 16:28:16 (ET)
by UNDsports.com
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Can't make it to Saturday's annual spring football game? Watch the game free on Facebook and UND Insider, the official video portal of UNDSports.com.

The game will begin at 2 p.m. with Jack Michaels and Mike Berg calling the action. Fans can also listen to the call on 1440-AM in Grand Forks, UNDSports.com and UND Sports mobile apps for iPhones and Android.

To watch the game on Facebook, like our page at Facebook.com/UNDathletics and click the "UND Insider" button to view the stream page.

To view on UND Insider, click the Live Video link on UNDSports.com to see the upcoming live events.

The game will be free to view on-demand on UNDSports.com for one week, and will be available for purchase with a UND Insider subscription following that time period.

Don't have a UND Insider subscription? Sign up before April 20 and save 20% for next season.

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