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2014 Carroll Football Schedule Finalized

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The 2014 Carroll College Football Schedule is finalized with the Fighting Saints set to play 10 games, all against Frontier Conference opponents.

This season, the defending Frontier Conference Champions will not play an out of conference game and has five home games and five road games on the 2014 calendar.

Carroll will begin its season Sept. 6 at Southern Oregon in Ashland.

The Fighting Saints host their home opener at Nelson Stadium Sept. 13 against rival Montana Tech.

The upcoming home schedule includes Montana-Western, Southern Oregon, Rocky Mountain College and the Saints' first-ever game against the College of Idaho to conclude the regular season. The NAIA first round of playoff games begins the following week on Nov. 22.

College of Idaho joins the Frontier Conference this season replacing the departed Dickinson State University.

Homecoming for Carroll College will take place Oct. 4 as the Bulldogs of Montana-Western visit.

Carroll College's home and away opponents for 2014 are Montana Tech, Rocky Mountain College and Southern Oregon.

"This is an exciting time of year with Spring Football and we are looking forward to some great games with historical rivals and we are looking forward to competing against the College of Idaho for the first time," Carroll College head coach Mike Van Diest said.

Carroll College is coming off a 12-2 campaign in which they reached the NAIA National Semifinals and captured their 13th Frontier Conference Championship in 14 seasons after a 9-1-conference record.

Carroll College will host the Saints' Spring Scrimmage April 12 at Nelson Stadium at 1:30 p.m.

2014 Football Schedule

Sept. 6 Southern Oregon University

Sept. 13 Montana Tech

Sept. 20 Rocky Mountain College

Sept. 27 OPEN

Oct. 4 Montana-Western (Homecoming)

Oct. 11 Eastern Oregon University

Oct. 18 Southern Oregon University

Oct. 25 Montana Tech

Nov. 1 MSU-Northern

Nov. 8 Rocky Mountain College

Nov. 15 College of Idaho

*Bold = Home Game

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