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Bus rides and Burger King: Mount Union's no frills Div. III title game
Commentator Terry Pluto says that the University of Mount Union's road to this weekend's national title game is unlike most stories we hear about college football.
by WKSU's AMANDA RABINOWITZ


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No. 1 ranked University of Mount Union plays No. 3 University of St. Thomas (Minn.) in the Division III National Championship Game -- the Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl -- Friday at 7 pm, in Salem, Va.
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Playing for a national championship is nothing new for the University of Mount Union football team in Stark County. But, the way the school gets there -- both on the field and off -- is unlike most stories we hear about college football.

WKSU commentator talks to Amanda Rabinowitz about Mount Union's eighth consecutive trip to the Division III Stagg Bowl this weekend against St. Thomas Minnesota.

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Terry Pluto on Mount Union's inspiration from a movie starring Chevy Chase

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Terry Pluto talks about the Browns winning streak and playoff chances

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