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Bemidji State wide receiver Juwaan Richard, left, makes a one-handed grab during a game against St. Cloud State this season. Richard is one of many freshmen who saw a lot of playing time for the Beavers this year. BSU head coach Jeff Tesch thinks that experience will help the team improve in 2014. Monte Draper | Bemidji Pioneer

FOOTBALL: Adverse season should make young BSU squad better in 2014

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BEMIDJI — Bemidji State head football coach Jeff Tesch doesn’t want a break.

Despite BSU’s disappointing 3-8 finish that included losses at rivals Minnesota-Crookston and Minnesota State-Moorhead as well as some heartbreaking last-minute finished against top teams, Tesch would just as soon keep going.
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Jack Hittinger
Jack Hittinger is the sports editor of the Bemidji Pioneer. He is also the Bemidji State beat writer. He hails from the Great State of Michigan. Read his Bemidji State blog at http://thebeaverblog.areavoices.com/ and follow him on Twitter at @Jackhitts.
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