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Updated: Thursday 04/09/2014 19:06:07 (ET)
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Watch as Tim Hennessy, Paul Ralston, Ryan Powell, and Grand Forks Herald writer Brad Schlossman as they discuss the hottest UND sport topics, sit down with your favorite UND coaches, and much more.

Baseball is well underway and, so-far, has had a bumpy start but still finds themselves 2nd in conference play. Even though Mother Nature is having trouble letting go of winter, Spring Football practices have started. The panel will talk about what they have seen and also players will talk about the status of the team. AND…Men’s hockey has advanced to their 20th Frozen Four after 2 masterful regional game performances. The panel will break down the regional games and preview the upcoming Frozen Four which starts Thursday against Minnesota. Assistant Coach Dane Jackson will also be here in the coach’s corner to cover it all.

UND Insider Weekly returns next wednesday with a "Best of: Features" showcasing some of our best stories so far this year. Catch the Wednesday at 8pm on UNDSports.com and Friday at 5:30 on Midco Sports Network.

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