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Podcast: MIAC Weekly Episode 36

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MIAC Weekly has been around since the beginning of time.

OK, just since the beginning of 2013.

Nevertheless, the weekly podcast covering the only college conference contained entirely within Minnesota's borders goes wall-to-wall on all the sports happenings in the MIAC every single Wednesday.

This week: Gustavus Men's Soccer head coach Michael Middleton joins the show to discuss his team remaining the only conference-undefeated in the MIAC. Also, the executive editor of d3sports.com, d3football.com, and d3hoops.com Pat Coleman takes some time out to discuss the massive St. Thomas-Bethel football tilt this weekend.

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