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SBD/March 14, 2011/Colleges
North Dakota Senate Passes Fighting Sioux Nickname Bill; Governor To Sign
Published March 14, 2011
BILL PUTS SCHOOL AT RISK: In North Dakota, Tom Dennis wrote the nickname bill "puts UND athletics at risk -- maybe serious risk." And that puts the "health and strength of the university at risk." Dennis: "It's not about the nickname, in other words. It's about the NCAA, and the sanctions that the NCAA may impose on UND if North Dakota breaks the settlement agreement to 3 1/2 years ago" (GRAND FORKS HERALD, 3/12).