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Senior Jaron Nash had 21 points in the first meeting with Idaho State this season. UND won that contest 66-62, holding off a late charge by the Bengals.
MBB Live Chat: UND at Idaho State
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Updated: Wednesday 02/08/2014 23:56:29 (ET)
by UNDsports.com
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POCATELLO, Idaho - The North Dakota men's basketball team is going for a season sweep of Idaho State at Holt Arena tonight, but more importantly, the team in green and white will be looking to create a little separation between them and the Bengals.

UND is one of four teams currently tied for third in the Big Sky standings at 6-5, while the Bengals are one of four teams tied for seventh at 5-6.

Follow all the action of this contest on the live chat here hosted by men's basketball SID Ryan Powell. Paul Ralston will have the play-by-play call on 100.3 FM Cat Country in Grand Forks and the audio is also available on UNDSports.com.

For a free live stream, fans can visit WatchBigSky.com or download the Watch Big Sky app for their smart phones.

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