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UMD beats No. 1 ranked CSU-Pueblo 24-21 in Division II playoffs

The defending NCAA Division II champs advanced to the quarterfinal round after coming from behind to beat the Thunderwolves. The Bulldogs move on to face Wayne State next Saturday.
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The defending NCAA Division II champs advanced to the quarterfinal round after coming from behind to beat the Thunderwolves. The Bulldogs move on to face Wayne State next Saturday.

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