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MSU-N Game Day Feature: The Lights they are a changing

From the moment he arrived in Havre, Andrew Rolin started doing exactly what he knew he was meant to do


August 24, 2018

Colin Thompson

Montana State University-Northern head coach Andrew Rolin has been at the helm since January. And, in his time with the Lights, he's hired a staff, been through a recruiting season, conducted winter conditioning and spring ball. But, most importantly, he's worked on developing a new culture for Northern football, one that fits his vision of what a college football program should be. Now, he and the Lights will put it all to the test when he coaches his first game as head coach of the Lights Saturday against Mayville State at Blue Pony Stadium.

It's all been a whirlwind for new Montana State University-Northern head football coach Andrew Rolin.

In December, he was in Havre to interview for the Lights' opening vacated by Aaron Christenson. And by Christmas time, Rolin was now the youngest head coach, not only in Northern history, but currently in the Frontier Conference.

From there, Rolin did the thing he loves to do the most, outside of his family, and that's roll up his sleeves and go to work.

He learned that work ethic as a young football player, and certainly by playing for the great Jim Harbaugh as a quarterback at the Univ...

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