Lights shut down by Southern Oregon in home opener

 

Last updated 9/3/2022 at 5:17pm

Kason Clark

Northern quarterback Brenden Medina throws a pass against Southern Oregon University at Tilleman Field on Saturday afternoon. In their home opener, the Lights suffered a 56-6 loss to the Raiders to fall to 0-2 on the young season.

College football made its return to the Hi-Line on Saturday morning as the Montana State University-Northern football team held its home opener at Tilleman Field. In a contest against Southern Oregon University, both teams were looking to pick their first win of the young season. But in their first home game under head coach Jerome Souers, the Lights could not keep up with the Raiders as SOU raced out to a 56-6 victory.

"It's pretty disappointing," Souers said. "We're still on a journey, we're still building and we got to keep our heads high and keep grinding."

The SOU offense had a strong...



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