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Frontier Notebook: As expected, Frontier offenses a little rusty

Frontier Conference Notebook

 

Last updated 3/23/2021 at 8:15am

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

The Montana State University-Northern Lights run through a morning practice last week at Lights Stadium. Northern had the week off but will now return to its spring schedule with a road game at Carroll College this Saturday. The Lights are then home for game son April 3 and April 10.

How is the 2021 spring football season going thus far? Well, needless to say, the rust is obvious.

Most teams haven't played in 15 months, and after two weeks of Frontier Conference games, it shows on the offensive side of the ball.

Last Saturday saw Eastern Oregon shut out Carroll College 28-0, while College of Idaho beat Rocky Mountain College 10-3. The week prior, C of I scored 26 points against Northern, while Carroll beat Rocky 14-13.

So, with two weeks of games in, the league isn't setting the world on fire offensively, but that should have been expected after offenses hadn't playe...



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