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    SD Mines FB: All Hardrocker Games Will Broadcast On Fox Sports Rapid City

    RAPID CITY, S.D. --- South Dakota School of Mines football will be back on the radio this fall as Hardrocker Athletics and Fox Sports Rapid City have formed a partnership to broadcast all 11 football games during the 2018 season.

    The games will be called by longtime broadcasters and “The Voices of Hardrocker Athletics” Tom Rudebusch and Tom Mahon. Rudebusch has been calling Hardrocker sporting events for 40 years while Mahon is a season veteran with over 15 years of SD Mines play-by-play experience. 

    “I’m excited for all our Hardrocker fans,” said SD Mines Athletics Director Joel Lueken. “Fox Sports Rapid City is an outstanding source for athletic information in the Black Hills. It’s a great partnership and I can’t wait to tune in for every game.”  

    The broadcasts can be heard on 106.7 FM & 1150 AM on the radio or from links streamed from the Hardrocker Athletics website. 

    "We are thrilled about this great opportunity to be the flagship station for Hardrocker Football,” said Fox Sports Rapid City owner and general manager Nate Brown. “With the continued growth and excitement surrounding Hardrocker Athletics, this broadcast partnership will be outstanding for Rapid City and all Hardrocker fans."   

    Along with each ‘Rocker football game, Fox Sports Rapid City will also be doing additional weekly coverage on Hardrocker athletics, such as interviews with SD Mines football head coach Zach Tinker, along with Hardrocker football player profiles and analysis of the football program, heard weekdays on the Nate Brown Show from 4 -6 p.m. 

    For game times for all SD Mines football games, as well as other Hardrocker Athletics information,  log on to .

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