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Junior Brandon Brekke missed the first game with Montana this season, but had 15 points and 11 rebounds in last year's win over the Griz in Grand Forks.
Live MBB Chat: UND at Montana
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Updated: Tuesday 02/21/2013 10:32:59 (ET)
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MISSOULA, Mont. - The University of North Dakota is looking to accomplish one of the rarest feats in Big Sky basketball - earning a sweep in the Treasure State. The Green and White will be the first league team to even have a chance at that after knocking off Montana State 82-73 on Thursday in Bozeman.

The back-end of the team's two-game trip will be the toughest, however, as league-leading Montana awaits the Green and White tonight.

The Griz own an unblemished record in Big Sky play this season at 13-0 and those 13 straight wins gives Montana the nation's second longest current win streak in Division I basketball.

And, Montana is also looking to set a Big Sky record tonight by winning its 25th straight Big Sky regular season game.  UND will to snap that streak and move to 8-6 in conference play.

Follow all the action live right here on this chat with men's basketball SID Ryan Powell.

 

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