Lights set to play Rocky Mountain in another tough outing

 

Last updated 9/23/2022 at 12:46pm

Jim Potter

Northern quarterback Kaymen Cureton scrambles against Montana Western at Tilleman Field last weekend. This Saturday, the Lights look for their first win of the season as they head to Billings to play Rocky Mountain College.

The Montana State University-Northern football team is a young team and it has shown as the Lights are 0-3 to start the year. The road ahead does not get easier as they will have another tough contest with a game against 25th-ranked Rocky Mountain College in Billings on Saturday. While the ride has been tough so far, MSU-N head coach Jerome Souers hopes to see continued improvement this weekend as the Lights try to rebuild their program.

"The primary focus is improvement and we have to continue to improve so we can be competitive and a winning team," Souers said. "We've been doing everyth...



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