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3rd September 2015
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The Bemidji State Football team opens the season this Saturday at Chet Anderson Stadium.  The Beavers host the Augustana University Vikings at 6pm.  The Beaver Radio Network's Benusa Pregame Show starts at 5:30pm on 92.1 The River.  BSU Head Coach Jeff Tesch joined us for the first Sports in the Round of the season last night.  Tesch said that the starting quarterback will be a gametime decision.  Both Ryan Shields and Jordan Hein return after splitting time last season.  To listen to the archive from last night's show, log on to beaverradionetwork.com, and click on podcasts.

BSU is hosting it's 10th annual Community Appreciation Night tonight on campus.  The event, and all the food at the event, is free.  It runs from 4:30pm-til-7pm.

After Community Appreciation Night, the BSU Soccer team opens its season hosting Minnesota Crookston.  The game at Chet Anderson Stadium starts at 7pm and is free to attend.

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The Bemidji Lumberjack volleyball team plays tonight at 7:15pm at Detroit Lakes.  The Lumberjack girls soccer team will also play tonight at Detroit Lakes.

There are a handful of high school football games tonight.  The Kelliher Northome Mustangs are in action on Real Country 98.3 tonight as they host Northeast Range at 7pm.  The Mustangs are 2-0 on the season.  Cass Lake Bena plays at the Northern Freeze tonight.  Clearbrook Gonvick is at Waubun.  All other area schools play tomorrow night.

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The Golden Gophers football team has released its depth chart for their season opener against second-ranked TCU tonight.  Cody Poock [[ Poke ]] is listed as the starter at middle linebacker, just ahead of Everett Williams.  Both were competing for the job to take over for Damien Wilson, who is now with the Dallas Cowboys.  Josh Campion is listed as the starter at left tackle, ahead of Ben Lauer, who's been shaken by an ankle injury.  Minnetonka's Jon Christenson will start at left guard.  Nate Wozniak [[ WAHZ-nee-ack ]] will start at tight end, assuming the role held by the departed Maxx Williams the past two seasons, and Rodrick Williams starts at running back.  Minnesota and TCU kick off at 8 p.m. tonight at TCF Bank Stadium. 
 
The Vikings are in Nashville, Tennessee today for their preseason finale tonight against the Titans.  Few to no starters are expected to play for either team, while the bubble players will have a chance to make a final case to make the roster.  The team will have to cut 22 more players following tonight's game, which kicks off at 7 p.m.


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Titans trade veteran guard Andy Levitre to Atlanta Falcons
September 4, 2015, 12:55 pm
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) The Atlanta Falcons have traded with the Titans for veteran guard Andy Levitre in exchange for a sixth-round pick in 2016 and a conditional pick in a future year.

Report: Angels interested in Yankees' Eppler as potential new GM
September 4, 2015, 12:50 pm
The Angels might be looking eastward as they try to fill a big organizational vacancy.

Giants release veteran punter Steve Weatherford
September 4, 2015, 12:50 pm
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) The New York Giants released popular punter Steve Weatherford on Friday and acquired Brad Wing in a trade with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

WATCH: Former rugby star Jarryd Hayne plows over defender
September 4, 2015, 12:39 pm
WATCH: Former rugby star Jarryd Hayne plows over defender

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