Northern football ready for a dog fight


Last updated 9/17/2021 at 9:01am

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Northern's Izayah Boss dives for the end zone against College of Idaho at Tilleman Field last month. Montana State University-Northern football hopes to pick up its first win of the season when the lights play University of Montana Western at Vigilante Field in Dillon Saturday afternoon.

The Montana State University-Northern football team has dropped both of their games to start the fall 2021 season and things will not get much easier this Saturday. The Lights will head on the road to Dillon to face University of Montana Western as they try to pick up their first win this season. While the Bulldogs should be a formidable opponent, MSU-N head coach Andrew Rolin believes his team can compete if they execute their game plan.

"Western's well-coached and they're disciplined and they do what they do and they do it well," Rolin said. "If we do our job well, I think we can match...

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