Game Day Notebook: Northern offense loses momentum
Last updated 10/4/2021 at 12:32pm
After a slow start to the season, the MSU-N offense had begun to gain traction the past few weeks. After falling behind early to University of Montana, Western, the Lights scored 28 points in the second half in their comeback attempt. Against Rocky Mountain College, the Lights again scored 28 points
Against Montana Tech however, the Lights offense stalled out. The Lights only had three productive drives all day and all of them were created by huge chunk plays. On their second drive of the day, Izayah Boss carried it 75 yards for the touchdown. In the second half, a 72-yard run from quart...