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Offensive tackle Darren Deneui will look to get the UND running game going on the red turf at Roos Field on Saturday in Cheney, Wash.
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Updated: Thursday 10/06/2012 23:51:38 (ET)
by UNDsports.com
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Cheney, Wash. - The North Dakota football team continues its first season in the Big Sky Conference with a road matchup at No. 7 Eastern Washington. The Eagles are off to a 4-1 starting and coming off a thrilling 32-26 victory over Montana last Saturday on their red turf also known as "The Inferno".    

UND is looking to bounce back following a 35-17 home loss to No. 23 Cal Poly, who improved to 5-0 on the season and 3-0 in Big Sky play following a 45-23 victory over Weber State on Friday.

Join the chat with Football SID Ryan Powell right here and you can also watch all the action on Big Sky TV.

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