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Senior Ross Brenneman and his UND teammates will make their Big Sky debut on Saturday at Sac State.
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Updated: Sunday 09/24/2012 10:55:50 (ET)
by UNDsports.com
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SACRAMENTO - Saturday will be marked as another historic day on the North Dakota football timeline and as head coach Chris Mussman said earlier this week, that is not something lost on him or his players.

The history being made is UND will make its Big Sky debut against Sacramento State at Hornet Stadium later today. The Big Sky is the third football conference North Dakota has been a member of and second in its Division I infancy. Throughout the years, UND has won 25 conference titles, including 24 North Central Conference titles - a league the Green and White played in at the Division II level from 1922-2007.

Fans can follow all the action live on www.BigSkyTv.org and can chat with Football SID Ryan Powell as the Green and White look to improve to 3-1 on the young season.  

Live stats are also available for fans at: www.HornetsSports.com

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