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After Bison Win Some Fans In Fargo Are Disappointed

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FARGO, ND - As many continue to celebrate the Bison victory tonight, there are at least a couple disappointed fans.

Julie: "I think everyone has to pick team, and you always vote for the team you enjoy the most for watching." Danielle is watching the game at sunset lanes bowling alley, and so is Julie, a bison fan. Julie: "Always been a fan, and I wish them luck." She didn't know there were Towson fans in Fargo.

Julie: "If they are here, that's kind of weird, they are far from where they belong, but it's alright." But Danielle's love for Towson has but her in a bit of a sticky situation.

Danielle: "To be in the championship game like this, never happened before, so I wouldn't mind seeing them win, but I am kind of torn between the two teams because if it was anyone else but Towson I would be rooting for the bison."

Both Danielle and Julie are rooting for their teams for the same reason. Julie: "Cause I'm an alumni from NDSU." Danielle: "I graduated from Towson, I got my bachelors and masters, and I am originally from Maryland."

In this college town they both agree the flack is all in good fun. Danielle says she wasn't the only one rooting for Towson tonight. She says the president at MSUM was a professor there, and during basketball season she always rooted for her team.

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