UMD football looks to fill holes left by graduating players

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The University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) football team was out once again on Sunday bright and early for yet another spring practice.

As they looked to prepare and build the foundations once again for another successful season.

However they also look to fill the roles of some key contributors from the last half decade.

“Any time you have guys like Armani Carmickle, Brent Lang, and Wade Sullivan, those guys graduate from your football program. It’s our job as a team and as a staff to replace those guys and start building strengths in other areas around our program.”

“So we’re excited to get together as a team and start working towards those goals for next fall,” said head coach Curt Wiese.

The teams spring game is set for 5:30 p.m. at home, April 21st.