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Assistant coach Greg Breitbach works with quarterback Joey Bradley.
Breitbach honored to be part of UND tradition
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Updated: Monday 06/23/2012 15:51:15 (ET)
by UNDsports.com
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Growing up along the North Dakota/Montana border, Greg Breitbach was very familiar with the University of North Dakota. When the opportunity arose to coach at UND, he jumped at the chance.

As UND transitions to the Big Sky Conference, Breitbach begins his fifth season as the team's offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. What recently caught up with Breitbach, as he talked about being a part of the UND tradition.

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