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UNI Football loses top receiver for the season

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The UNI football team suffers a key injury before the season begins. Panther receiver Brett Lemasters tore his patellar tendon during practice last week and is scheduled to have surgery on Friday.  Lemasters led UNI last year in receiving yards with 601 yards and 18.8 per reception. He also scored 4 touchdowns on 32 receptions.

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