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MSU-N Game Day: Pride for both sides of the Border

Northern senior Seth Roemmele grew up playing a different brand of football. Now though, he's a proud Canadian playing college football in the states

 

October 5, 2018

Colin Thompson

Montana State University-Northern senior Seth Roemmele has some fun with a bottle of maple syrup after a recent Lights practice. Roemmele hails from Alberta, but says he's always had a passion for football on both sides of the border.

Havre is just 40 miles from the Canadian border. But no matter how close Canada and the United States are in relation to Havre, and Montana State University-Northern, when it comes to football, the two countries are worlds apart.

No one probably knows that better right now than MSU-N senior wide receiver Seth Roemmele. And that's because he's played both.

Football in Canada is a 12-man game, as compared to 11-man football, but, it's not only the rules that are much different, the popularity is too. In Canada, hockey is, and will always be king. In America, hockey certainly is popular, but...



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