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Updated: Wednesday 10/02/2013 22:31:11 (ET)
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Watch as Tim Hennessy, Paul Ralston, and Grand Forks Herald writers Tom Miller and Brad Schlossman as they discuss the hottest UND sport topics. Also, ProTips and That's not my job return, along with exclusive inside looks into the lives of student-athletes.

This week, on UND Insider Weekly: Volleyball continues to be on a hot streak as they start conference play 4-0. The panel will talk about it, plus we have head coach Ashley Hardee in the coach's corner to break down the start of the season, including their latest match versus in-state rival NDSU. Also, Sports information directors are the buffers between collegiate sports and the media. Today, UND has 4 S-I-Ds to cover every sport, but there was one man before them who set the standard.

New Episodes every Wednesday at 8pm on UND Insider, and then Friday at 5:30pm on Midco Sports Network.

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Kromy paces UND at Coyote Classic
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Tickets on sale for Saturday’s Hall of Fame banquet
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