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June 7, 2004
NIU FOOTBALL HOSTS NINTH ANNUAL BRIGHAM GRIDIRON GOLF CLASSIC AT ST. ANDREWS G&CC ON JULY 30

DeKALB, IL --- To be honest, it’s the first can’t-miss event of the 2004 Northern Illinois University football season.

Calling all Huskies, mark that summer calendar right now for the Ninth Annual Bob Brigham Gridiron Golf Classic on Friday, July 30, at the St. Andrews Golf & Country Club in West Chicago.

After the dream Northern Illinois 10-2 season last fall that included triumphs over Bowl Championship Series opposition such as Maryland, Alabama, and Iowa State, who wouldn’t want to join the Cardinal and Black summer festivities---a virtual Huskie football reunion, 18 holes of golf on a great venue, fellowship, a dinner, a reception, and an auction.

“No doubt, every year the Brigham Classic is a great event,
06-07-2004 09:36 PM
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