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Updated: Thursday 09/19/2013 21:36:23 (ET)
by UNDsports.com
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Opening Drive, a behind-the-scenes look at the North Dakota football team, is back for its second season. The web show will preview the 2013 season for the University of North Dakota with weekly episodes leading up to the kickoff on Thursday, Aug. 29. Episodes will continue monthly through the season.

The season kicks off for the UND football team as they experience the many ups and downs during their games with Valparaiso, South Dakota State, and Montana.

The next episode of Opening Drive will debut on October 17th on UNDsports.com and Youtube.com/undathletics.

Opening Drive is presented by Scheels.

Use the hash tags #NDproud and #OpeningDrive to talk about the series on social media. Follow UND football with #BrickByBrick.

 

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