Lightning strikes right away

An electric first practice of 2019 for MSU-Northern football


Last updated 8/12/2019 at 11:30am

Colin Thompson

Montana State University-Northern's Keagan Stroop runs through receiver drills during the Lights' first practice of 2019 Sunday afternoon. Northern's fall camp-opener was interrupted by a storm, but it didn't dampen the excitement of opening a new season.

There is a lot of electricity surrounding the Montana State University-Northern Lights as they head into the 2019 season, the second under the direction of head football coach Andrew Rolin.

Yet, Sunday afternoon, when the Lights opened fall camp, there was a little too much electricity in the air, as rain and thunderstorms throughout the area forced the practice to be delayed after around an hour of work on the field due to lightning.

"We had some lightning,' Rolin said. "So we went in and were able to come back out and finish. We had the typical rust that had to be knocked off but the te...

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