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2018 Frontier Football Preview: Secondary players a key to Frontier success

2018 Frontier Football Preview: Defensive Backs, Special teams

 

August 3, 2018

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Montana Tech safety Justin May, No. 13, looks to make a tackle during a game between the Orediggers and the Montana State University-Northern Lights last September in Havre. May, a former star at Chester-Joplin-Inverness, led the Orediggers in tackles last season, and is one of the top returning safeties in the Frontier Conference. For a look at the top running backs in the league, see Monday's Havre Daily News. The Lights open fall camp on Sunday.

The secondary. It's the last line of defense in football. And when it comes to the Frontier Conference, which features a great balance of teams who can both throw and run the football, having dynamic players in the secondary is a huge recipe for success.

The secondary at Montana State University-Northern has been an area where the Lights have struggled at times in recent years. And heading into his first season at the helm, new Northern head coach Andrew Rolin said the secondary is certainly an area where the Lights will have work to do as fall camp nears.

"Our secondary, that's a positio...



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