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2018 Frontier Football Preview: Quarterback battles will be waged all over the Frontier

As fall camps near, few teams in the Frontier are set at quarterback


Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Tommy Wilson threw for nearly 2,000 yards and 11 touchdowns for the Montana State University-Northern Lights in 2017. Wilson, along with Bryce Missey and a pair of incoming freshman, will be battling for the starting QB position for new head coach Andrew Rolin when MSU-N's fall camp opens Aug. 4.

For the past three or four summers, the majority of head coaches in the Frontier Conference knew exactly what they had going into a new season as it pertained to the most important position on the field - the quarterback.

This summer, however, things are a lot different.

It's widely known around these parts that the Montana State University-Northern Lights have a major quarterback competition going into new head coach Andrew Rolin's first fall camp, which is just two weeks away. But the Lights are far from the only team in the Frontier that is going through the summer with a question mark...

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