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Updated: Thursday 04/23/2014 19:58:22 (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…We finally rip off the bandaid and talk about men’s hockey’s tough loss to Minnesota at the Frozen Four. Baseball returns home this weekend currently tied for 3rd in the WAC. Coach Dodson will be here in the coach’s corner to talk about baseball’s season so far and the upcoming games this weekend. Also, a chance to see a new looking team as the annual spring football game is right around the corner. Brand new offensive coordinator Paul Rudolph will join us to preview the game

UND Insider Weekly returns next week to preview the upcoming Top Plays of the Spring special. The episode airs Wednesday at 8:00pm on UNDSports.com and Friday at 5:30 on Midco Sports Network.

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