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Senior Ross Brenneman was named a preseason All-American on Tuesday by the Beyond Sports College Network.
Brenneman, Cameron honored
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Updated: Wednesday 06/26/2012 20:25:00 (ET)
by UNDsports.com
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GRAND FORKS, N.D. - Seniors Ross Brenneman (Omaha, Neb.) and Brett Cameron (Winnipeg, Manitoba) have picked up some preseason accolades this week as those honors continue to filter in for the North Dakota football team.

Brenneman was one of six FCS defensive linemen named to the Beyond Sports College Network Preseason All-America third team, while Cameron was the fourth UND football player to be named to a College Football Performance Awards preseason watch list.

Cameron found his name on the punters' watch list. The 2012 season will be his third as a starter for UND. He joins Brenneman (Defensive Line) and fellow teammates Zeb Miller (Ankeny, Iowa; Place Kicker) and Jake Miller (Bismarck, N.D.; Running Back) on CFPA preseason watch lists.

-- Go UND --

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