Lights fall just short, end season


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It wasn't exactly how Montana State University-Northern head football coach Walt Currie wanted to end the season. But it was a familiar ending nonetheless. The Lights, plagued by a critical turnover in the third quarter and several drive-killing penalties throughout the game, ended their season with a 24-21 loss to the UM-Western Bulldogs at snow-packed and chilly Blue Pony Stadium Saturday.

UM-Western capitalized on Northern's only second half turnover a muffed pitch on an option play on the Lights' own 20-yard line as quarterback Travis Kirby connected with Scott Glessner on a backside sc...

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