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MBB Live Chat: UND at Weber State
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Updated: Thursday 02/07/2014 11:18:36 (ET)
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OGDEN, Utah - The North Dakota men's basketball team opens the second half of the Big Sky season at the one of the toughest venues to play - the Dee Events Center. Weber State has won 24 straight Big Sky regular season home games and sit in first place after 10 games with an 8-2 record.

UND is only two games back and can cut the deficit in half with its first victory over the Wildcats, who have won the four previous matchups.

There are several ways as usual to follow all the action from Ogden. For starters, UND men's basketball SID Ryan Powell will host a live chat on right here. Paul Ralston will have the play-by-play call on 100.3 Cat Country FM in the surrounding Grand Forks coverage area.

Fans can also watch a free live stream on www.WatchBigSky.com. The conference also launced an app for smart phone users, which can be found and downloaded by searching for "Watch Big Sky".

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