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UND Coaches Radio Show 2013-14
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Updated: Monday 09/09/2013 16:16:06 (ET)
by UNDsports.com
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The weekly UND Coaches Show presented by the Ground Round, featuring head coaches, airs live across the UND Radio Network, anchored by 1440-AM in Grand Forks, on Wednesday nights at 6:30 p.m.

The 2013-14 season debuts on Aug. 29.

The show can also be heard live at UNDsports.com. After the live broadcast, the show is uploaded and available on-demand or via podcast and iTunes from the UNDsports.com podcast page.

Fans from across the region and the country and encouraged to call in and ask questions.

The show will be hosted by the hockey play-by-play announcer Tim Hennessy and UND basketball play-by-play announcer Paul Ralston.
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