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What’s next?: As he ventures into retirement, former CFL coach Ken Miller returns to Dickinson to accept DSU’s highest alumni honor

October 3, 2012 in The Dickinson Press

Less than a year into retirement, Ken Miller can attest that life after football can be a strange for former coaches. Continue Reading

Bamba follows Dressler’s star again

May 16, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald

Ismael Bamba picked jersey No. 18 his first season at UND because then-assistant coach Paul Charbonneau told him the number was meant for big things. That was 2008 and the Sioux were set to begin their first season without the former No. 18 Weston Dressler, a dynamic receiver that set 19 school records and earned the nickname Mr. Electricity. Earlier this month, Bamba learned that he’s once again heading to a new place where Dressler is a star and fan favorite. But instead of attempting to replace Dressler, as Bamba tried to do in 2008, the two will be teammates. Bamba is preparing for his first season with the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canadian Football League. The Roughriders drafted the 24-year-old from Montreal in the sixth round (39th overall). Continue Reading

Deal appears to be in place for new Winnipeg football stadium

December 15, 2010 in Grand Forks Herald

Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger promised on Tuesday that Winnipeg’s new 33,000-seat football stadium will be open in less than two years and the project will include safeguards for taxpayers. Continue Reading