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Jake Miller and North Dakota kick off the season tonight at 7 p.m.
Ways to follow tonight's UND football game
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Updated: Sunday 08/29/2013 23:19:43 (ET)
by UNDsports.com
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Can't make it to tonight's season opener for the University of North Dakota football team? Here's how you can follow the action, as North Dakota takes on Valparaiso at 7 p.m. at the Alerus Center.

Television

  • Midco Sports Net - Midco Sports Net can be viewed in North and South Dakota and northwestern Minnesota on Midcontinent channels 26 (analog), 322 (digital) and 622 (HD).
  • Midco Sports Net partners
  • Fox College Sports Central - Find the channel in your area
  • DirecTV channel 623

Video Webcast

  • WatchBigSky.com

Radio

Radio Webcast

  • UND Insider on UNDsports.com

Live Chat

  • Live chat: Football vs. Valparaiso

Twitter

  • @UNDfootball

Live Stats

  • UNDsports.com
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