Still plenty to do in the summer for Northern football

Lights add two new quarterbacks to 2019 roster


Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Montana State University-Northern head football coach Andrew Rolin watches the action on the first day of Lights' Football Camp Monday at the MSU-Northern practice fields. Rolin is entering his second summer as MSU-N's head man, and while the Lights don't play for a couple of months, there's still plenty to do.

When it comes to being the head coach of a college football program, even in the NAIA, there is very little downtime. There is always some task ahead, and Montana State University-Northern's Andrew Rolin knows that as well as anyone.

Rolin is getting set to enter his second season as head coach of the Lights, who will kick off their 2019 campaign Aug. 31 at Arizona Christian University.

If you didn't know, that's less than 100 days away, which means there is a lot of work to be done, but in a period that is mostly quiet for recruiting, it's sort of like the quiet before the storm. That's...

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