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#BigSkyKickoff - UND Recap
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Updated: Thursday 07/18/2013 09:32:51 (ET)
by UNDsports.com
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PARK CITY, Utah - Head coach Chris Mussman and senior wide receiver Greg Hardin spent a fast-paced and fun-filled three days in Park City, Utah at the Big Sky Conference's annual Football Kickoff event this past weekend. UNDSports.com with the help of Storify.com has captured photos, tweets and stories from the weekend to help provide eager football fans with a recap of the last three days. 

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