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Lights feeling more normal as spring season continues

 

Last updated 3/22/2021 at 7:40am

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

The Montana State University-Northern Lights run through a morning practice last week as their spring football season continued. The Lights had a bye in their four-game season last week, but will now prepare to visit Carroll College this Saturday in Helena, before playing their final two games at home next month.

The Montana State University-Northern football team finally got back on the field after 15 months away from competition.Then came a bye week, though.

After opening the spring season against the College of Idaho on March 13, the Lights had a week off before this week's game against Carroll College.

"You could look at it on both sides of there being pros and cons of having a bye in your second weekend so all we can focus on is what's the task at hand and getting better this week," Northern head coach Andrew Rolin said.

With the bye week, players such as starting quarterback Brenden Medina...



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