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"That'll be for Coach Berry to make a determination," UND President Andrew Armacost said on this episode of Plain Talk.
"We're still left with many questions," Port writes.
"There are significant questions of ethics and competency here, and UND owes us answers," Rob Port writes.
Where is the outrage when college coaches see their multi-million dollar salaries subsidized by student loans? Where is the anger when billionaire professional sports team owners reach into taxpayers' wallets to subsidize a new stadium they could afford to build on their own?

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The Fighting Hawks signed a four-year contract with a pair of two-year options that could take it to eight years.
The Nittany Lions became the first team to beat the Fighting Hawks in a destination game.
Weah racks up 198 all-purpose yards to lead Fighting Hawks to home win.
The Fighting Hawks battled back after giving up three first-period goals, but lost in the extra session.
UND starting kicker Adam Stage missed his second-straight game with an injury.
The Fighting Hawks netminder didn't receive a warm reception Friday night, but he did get the win against his old team.

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Freshman center Jake Schmaltz scored two more goals to lead the Fighting Hawks to Saturday night's victory.
UND managed just 258 yards of total offense and scored just one offensive touchdown for the second week in a row as South Dakota beat the No. 13 Fighting Hawks 20-13.
Lake Superior State transfer Ashton Calder scored twice and added an assist, while sophomore Riese Gaber tallied three assists for the Fighting Hawks.

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