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Updated: Wednesday 08/27/2013 21:42:37 (ET)
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UND INSIDER WEEKLY hosted by Tim Hennessy premieres this Tuesday, August 27th. Watch as Tom Miller and Brad Schlossman from the Grand Forks Herald join Tim every week as they discuss the hottest UND sport topics. Also, ProTips and That's not my job return, along with exclusive inside looks into the lives of student-athletes. 

 

New Episodes every Tuesday at 8pm on UND Insider, and then Friday at 5:30pm on Midco Sports Network. 

 

In this episode of UND Insider Weekly, the panel discuss the women's basketball trip north of the border, and the start of both the Volleyball and Football seasons. Plus, real family on the soccer team, Soccer coach Matt Kellogg in the Coach's corner, and take a look at the freshman football players moving in.

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