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No such thing as a free lunch? Kill disagrees

Watching the Gophers this year has probably caused some to lose their appetites. But Coach Jerry Kill wants to make it better. The first 3,000 U of M students at TCF Bank stadium for Student Appreciation Day Saturday will get a free meal, courtesy of Coach Kill.
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Watching the Gophers this year has probably caused some to lose their appetites. But Coach Jerry Kill wants to make it better. The first 3,000 U of M students at TCF Bank stadium for Student Appreciation Day Saturday will get a free meal, courtesy of Coach Kill.

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