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Senior Aaron Anderson and his UND teammates open their second season in the Big Sky Sunday afternoon at Northern Colorado.
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Updated: Friday 12/29/2013 14:32:24 (ET)
by UNDsports.com
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GREELEY, Colo. - It is time for North Dakota's second season as Big Sky play commences on Sunday afternoon at Butler-Hancock Pavilion. Former North Central Conference rival Northern Colorado will be the opponent for the Green and White. Tipoff is set for 3 p.m. CT/2 p.m. MT.

All Big Sky games are streamed live at www.WatchBigSky.com and fans in Grand Forks can listen to the radio broadcast on Cat Country 100.3 FM with Paul Ralston calling the action.

These two teams split a pair of conference games last season with the road team coming out victorious in both of those contests. 

Men's basketball SID Ryan Powell will host a live chat courtside in Greeley.


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