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Lights host Mounties for the second time in 2021

 

Last updated 10/22/2021 at 7:53am

Colin Thompson

Northern's Devonte Armstrong throws a pass against Simon Fraser University last week at Tilleman Field. The Lights will try to get their offense in a rhythm this Saturday when they play Eastern Oregon University at Tilleman Field. The past three weeks, the MSU-N offense has only averaged eight points per game so they will need to pick it up against the Mountaineers if they want to earn their first win of the 2021 season.

The Montana State University-Northern football team only has four opportunities left this season to pick up a win. Two of those games will come at home at Tilleman Field, including the Lights' next game which will be against Eastern Oregon University this Saturday afternoon.

"They're hungry just like we are," MSU-N head coach Andrew Rolin said about the Mountaineers. "It should be a good challenge for us and we need to bounce back."

The Mountaineers enter the game with a 3-3 record but are on a three-game losing streak. Over the past three weeks, the Mountaineers have only averaged nine...



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