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Jimmy Dykes, an ESPN college basketball analyst, gave Ben Woodside a phone call Saturday morning – less than 12 hours after he poured in his amazing 60 points Friday night.
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Ron Hunter said his team’s first trip to the Dakotas was the biggest weekend of the season.
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It’s a sure bet that among the throngs of fans watching North Dakota State play South Dakota State in basketball this weekend, at least one Bison fan was thinking: “This rivalry is nothing like the one with the Sioux.”