Duluth college hockey fans warned again about offensive chants

The school's athletic director is warning students they could be removed from the arena or lose their season tickets if caught using profane or racist language. Some students allegedly shouted racist remarks during the university's match against the North Dakota Fighting Sioux.
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The school's athletic director is warning students they could be removed from the arena or lose their season tickets if caught using profane or racist language. Some students allegedly shouted racist remarks during the university's match against the North Dakota Fighting Sioux.

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