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Battling Back in the Spring

An injury ended MSU-N WR Jake Horner's 2018 season before it started, so this spring will be big for him


Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Montana State University-Northern's Jake Horner grabs a pass during a recent MSU-N spring practice. Horner was hoping to have a breakout 2018 campaign at receiver, but an injury in fall camp ended his season before it really began. Now, he's back and adding key depth to Northern's WR group.

Nothing can derail a college football career faster than an injury, and for Montana State University-Northern wideout Jake Horner, he is hoping the exact opposite proves to be true.

When a player gets hurt, things will usually go one of two ways. The player will either rehab, recover and find his place on the team again or the injury will nag or linger and, somehow, things just aren't the same. It happens all the time and the latter probably ends up being true more often.

That's what Horner faces this offseason, as he tries to recover from a broken collarbone that cost him the entire 201...

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