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Updated: Saturday 10/23/2013 21:04:30 (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: Men's hockey makes history as they play in the one of the first conference games in the NCHC. Women's Hockey finished up their homestand with a series against Ohio State. Volleyball shows that they are human as they falter in Northern Arizona but stay atop the Big Sky standings. Coach Hardee will be in the coach's corner to talk about that plus this weekend's games including Thursday's “North Dakota Strong” match against Montana. It is hard to lose a loved one because of breast cancer. It can be even harder when it hits multiple family members. Men's Hockey Junior Mark MacMillan talks about how his family was affected by breast cancer.

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

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