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BEMIDJI STATE BEAVERS

The Orediggers put a decisive end to the greatest season in Bemidji State’s 95 years of football, rocking the Beavers to the tune of a 55-6 blowout in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
Logan Beaulieu wouldn’t miss a Bemidji State football game for the world. Even from halfway around it.
The history didn’t matter to the Beavers. They’d rather write their own.
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Wall murals, team history, players in pro hockey and backlit logos are just some of the myriad elements that Minnesota-based KJ Branding has been adding to sports facilities in this region and nationwide for the past decade, as they help programs better appeal to fans, alumni, players and recruits.

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The poll is the first for the restarted league as it returns for the first time since 2012-13.
After 70 years of play, the men’s WCHA announced Friday that it had dissolved effective Thursday, July 1, after a vote taken by the league’s two remaining members.
The Minnesota Whitecaps used the No. 6 overall pick to grab the steady defender and Bemidji State captain.
The fourth-seeded Beavers stormed out to a 2-0 first-period lead and knocked off top-seeded Wisconsin in a 6-3 victory in the NCAA men’s hockey East Regional semifinals Friday afternoon at Bridgeport, Conn.
For nearly 20 years, Bryan Hammitt’s 120-by-65-foot backyard ice rink has been a winter sanctuary for his family, friends and neighbors -- inspiring lasting memories for all who skate it. The rink, which sprung from Hammitt’s passion for hockey, is a source of pride for the Bemidji State University alum, as it’s crafted from repurposed materials from the school’s John S. Glas Fieldhouse. He acquired both boards and nets once used by the Bemidji State Beavers hockey team.
Episode 56: The Rink Live video podcast for November 23, 2020

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Bemidji State picked to finish second
Once an underdog darling, the former Bemidji State Beaver has proven to be a valuable asset to Bill Belichick.

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