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Updated: Wednesday 02/05/2014 22:29:59 (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, sit down with your favorite UND coaches, and much more.

This week, on UND Insider Weekly: The weekend for women’s hockey doesn’t go as planned. Men’s Basketball gets a solid win before coming up just short against Portland State. Women’s Basketball starts its homestand with two dominant wins. Coach Travis Brewster will talk about those wins and how the team is doing so far in conference play. A bonus coach’s corner with the new head coach of volleyball, Mark Pryor. He will join the panel to talk about taking the reins of the Big Sky regular season champions. Olympic-bound player sat down to talk about their journey to Sochi.

UND Insider Weekly returns in two weeks with head men's basketball coach Brian Jones and a new ProTips with Paul Ralston

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