THE DULLUM FILE Potato Bowl Parade
Thanks to the Jaycees for the invitation to join Marilyn Hagerty, Carma Hanson, Susan Waltonand Lynn Stauss in judging entries in the group's annual Potato Bowl Parade yesterday. We had no small amo... Posted on 9/9/12 at 6:26 AM
IT'S SIMPLY GRAND! Tater time for tots and adults
This year marks the 47th Anniversary of a Greater Grand Forks tradition known as Potato Bowl USA. This week (September 3-8) will be full of entertaining events centered around our region's most popula... Posted on 9/5/12 at 12:48 PM
Down DeMers Avenue went people dressed as Mr. Potato Head, Ford Model Ts decked out with photos of potatoes, people handing out sacks of potatoes and people with signs that said potatoes in Somali, Romanian and other languages. It was, after all, the Jaycees Potato Bowl Parade in Grand Forks and East Grand Forks on Saturday.
Those who never have seen a Tater Tot Trot might want to wander up to Riverside Park around 4 p.m. today. Along with the trot, there will be a Hugo’s Potato Bowl 8K run. The fun never ends during Potato Bowl Week.
Spuds, spuds and spuds. It’s that time again in Grand Forks.
Potato Bowl week opens today, kicking off a celebration of one of the area’s biggest industries featuring potato chips, potato pancakes, baked potatoes, tons of french fries, fireworks, a parade and the annual UND football game.
Mussman disappointed with sloppy play late in the second quarter At halftime, UND was firmly in control, holding a 30-7 lead over Black Hills State. The Sioux players, however, had to wait a minute or two before heading to their locker room. They had to listen to a tongue-lashing from UND coach Chris Mussman.
UND uses 23-0 first quarter to rout the Yellow Jackets in the Potato Bowl On the first play, UND’s Broc Bellmore stripped the ball from Black Hills State running back Trent Butler. Sioux linebacker Johnnie Daniels scooped up the ball and ran 28 yards for a touchdown.
A week ago, UND had Fresno State on the ropes before falling 27-22 against the Football Bowl Subdivision program from the Western Athletic Conference.
In the following days, UND was praised for its effort and also earned a No. 21 ranking in the Football Championship Subdivision coaches’ poll — a first for the transitioning Division I program.
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