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Back to Full: Lights to play 11 games, six at home this fall

Northern football opens the season Aug. at home against C of I


Last updated 6/9/2021 at 8:01am

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Montana State University-Northern receiver Dylan Vongphachanh hauls in a pass during a spring game against Rocky Mountain College back in April. The Lights played two home games during the special spring season, but for the full 2021 season, the Lights will play in their new stadium six times, including the season-opener Aug. 28 against College of Idaho.

After the 2020 fall slate was canceled due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, The Montana State University-Northern Lights got to play a much-needed four spring games, including two at home in March and April.

The shortened 2021 spring football season was a welcome sight for Northern's players, coaches and even a handful of Lights' fans who got to watch the games from outside MSU-N's brand new Lights Stadium. In other words, in so many ways, the spring games were at least somewhat, a return to normal.

"We're better off for playing in the spring than not playing. We're a better football te...

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