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A UND spring football game 'Thank you'
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Updated: Friday 04/25/2013 09:28:50 (ET)
by UNDsports.com
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GRAND FORKS, N.D. – The University of North Dakota Athletics Department and UND Football would like to thank all of the tailgaters and fans who came out for the UND spring football game this past Saturday.

We would also like to recognize the winners from the third annual Cook-Off Challenge:

Burger Competition:

1. Italian Moon

2. Making Bacon BBQ

3. Rosty's Ribs/Super One Foods

Rib Competition:

(3-way tie for first place)

1. Rosty's Ribs/Super One Foods

1. Shaggy's BBQ

1. Drop It Like Its Hot BBQ

People's Choice Competition:

1. The Blue Moose

2. Skip’s Gourmet Grub

3. Deek’s Pizza/Sanders 1907 (tie)

Be sure to look for a  “thank you” ad in Saturday’s Grand Forks Herald recognizing all of our competitors.

Season tickets for the 2013 football season are also now available. Fans can secure their seats for seven home games, including South Dakota State, Montana and Montana State, for as low as $75. Reserve your seat today by calling 701.777.4582 or by visiting www.UNDSports.com.  

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