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MIAC Weekly Episode 43: 2013 finale with Matt Higgins

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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 Thursday.

This week, MIAC Assistant Executive Director Matt Higgins joins the show to talk about the conference office's efforts as the calendar year winds down. Also, a blow-by-blow of winter sports action to catch you up on the happenings on the ice and in the gym in the last episode of the podcast's first year in existence.

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