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  1. Todd says:

    Have a bad feeling about this one. A team with FBS talent, underachieved all year but does well at home is gunning to crush UND’s playoff hopes. Boys better come to play; coordinators better be sharper than they were last week.

    1. und360-kelly says:

      It’s not going to be easy. UND can get the run game going but it won’t be 400 yards. I am seeing a 200 yard rushing/250 yard passing type of day. Kett needs to go off like he did vs. Montana.

  2. Siouxfan512 says:

    Any clue why Rudolph went away from the RB toss play, that JJ was having success with in the 2nd quarter last week? The toss seems to give him that extra head of steam before he hits the hole, and I don’t think we saw it the entire second have last week. Had Rudy stuck with it we may have seen a very different 2nd half. Does he go back to that play this week?

    1. und360-kelly says:

      The toss play doesn’t work all the time. WSU is very good up front and UND was having a hard time moving them overall. I believe they went back to in the third quarter and got some yards, though. I am sure they will run that toss play this because the holes are going to be off-tackle, more than likely. Hopefully, John is back.

  3. Denny says:

    Hopefully our defense can hold in there this week and not let them score at random. Then I think we would have the opportunity to run the ball more and wear them down some so in the second half the Ron would be more effective like it was drained Sacramento State game. Just a thought I don’t think we have the ability to win the game throwing the ball.

  4. Moser53 says:

    Idaho undefeated at home.Wish UND was. Hard to predict this one.Only 3 games left season goes fast.

    Kris Engelstad Mcgarry not happy with Kennedy. Richards family doesn’t seem happy. UND seems to have a difference of opinion with donors. What’s the truth who is trying to p off who? Many posters on SS back Kennedy, Kelly and Schafer and all the cuts changes at UND we’re done with the best interest of the University. Maybe some donors have a different opinion.

    Looking back at the career of EERCs Gerald Groenewold who was fisicially removed from campus in 2014. Word is he refused to move the operation to Bismarck.

    EERC history started in 1951 under the federal government. Named The US Bureau of Mines. In 1983 it was defederalize and became a part of UND. I guess it’s easier to move when the State has control. Ask Groenewold.

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