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DWU Gets Muddy Win At Dakota State



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MADISON, S.D.  --  Dakota Wesleyan came away with a 23-14 win at Dakota State on a sloppy Saturday night in Madison.

Though DWU never trailed they never had much breathing room.  DSU tied the game at seven just before half.  The Tigers scored the next ten points, but the Trojans got back to within three with four minutes left before DWU iced the game with one final touchdown.

Francois Barnaud ran for 272 yards, scoring all three of DWU's touchdowns.


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