Northern football begins fall camp

 

Last updated 8/6/2021 at 8:16am

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

MSU-N quarterback Brenden Medina throws a pass in the Lights' first practice of fall camp at Lights Stadium Thursday. Medina is one of four quarterbacks competing for the starting position this fall for the Lights.

Even though they just finished their last season four months ago, the Montana State University-Northern football team is already getting back on the field as they started their fall camp Thursday. Heading into the fall season, MSU-N head coach Andrew Rolin has a simple goal before their first kickoff of the season.

"To be better than we were before. That's always our goal," Rolin said. "We talked about continuous improvement in this program and so each day, we look to be better than we were the day before."

The Lights had their first practice of fall camp at Lights stadium. While he felt...



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