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Bulldogs lose in triple OT, knocked out of D-2 playoffs

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The Duluth Bulldogs, winners of two of the past four Division II national football championships, won’t see the second round.

Duluth fell in three overtimes Saturday to Missouri Western, 57-55. As a result, the Bulldogs don't advance in the D2 tournament for the first time in five years.

The Bulldogs are in the same bracket as top seed Minnesota State-Mankato, which had a bye in the first round. Mankato faces Northwest Missouri State next Saturday.

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