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Gophers can't take the Bison lightly

A lot has changed since the Gophers lost to NDSU in 2007. Tim Brewster was the head coach, Adam Weber was the quarterback, and Metrodome was the stadium. Regardless, the Bison are back in town Minnesota cannot afford to overlook them again.
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A lot has changed since the Gophers lost to NDSU in 2007. Tim Brewster was the head coach, Adam Weber was the quarterback, and Metrodome was the stadium. Regardless, the Bison are back in town Minnesota cannot afford to overlook them again.

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