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Legendary UMD football coach Jim Malosky dies

Jim Malosky, who coached the University of Minnesota-Duluth Bulldog football team for 40 years, died Sunday at the age of 82. The Duluth News-Tribune says Malosky compiled a mark of 255-125-13, the most victories by a Division II coach at the time of his retirement in 1999.
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Jim Malosky, who coached the University of Minnesota-Duluth Bulldog football team for 40 years, died Sunday at the age of 82. The Duluth News-Tribune says Malosky compiled a mark of 255-125-13, the most victories by a Division II coach at the time of his retirement in 1999.

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