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Football Friday: One final update from spring
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Updated: Thursday 05/31/2013 16:57:13 (ET)
by UNDsports.com
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The countdown to UND football is on. With 90 days and counting to the start of the University of North Dakota football season, UNDSports.com is here every Friday with updates, news and other fun items to get ready for the year.

Today's update is a look at the running backs. Lost amid our #UNDSpringFB reports was a breakdown of the backfield. On the final day of practice, we filmed an interview with running backs coach Joel Schwenzfeier, but it never made it online.

Today, it finally does. Schwenzfeier talks about the positions, being back at UND as a coach and more.

UND's season opens against Valparaiso on Aug. 29. It's one of seven home games at the Alerus Center for UND, which also hosts Montana, Montana State, South Dakota State, Eastern Washington and more. Get your tickets today.

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