Nielson, UMD aim for third national title

Talk about being on a roll. The UMD Bulldogs are back in the Division II football quarterfinals. Last Saturday they upset the No. 1 team in the country. Head coach Bob Nielson says his team is playing it's best at the right time, and it might have them on a collision course with a third national championship in the last four years.
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Talk about being on a roll. The UMD Bulldogs are back in the Division II football quarterfinals. Last Saturday they upset the No. 1 team in the country. Head coach Bob Nielson says his team is playing it's best at the right time, and it might have them on a collision course with a third national championship in the last four years.

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