One might be tempted to say that M State Fergus Falls student-athlete Andrew Costello likes to work alone after his Week 3 defensive performance. The linebacker/defensive end from Irondale High School had 10 tackles - all solo stops- to lead M State on Saturday in that category and in leading the Spartans to their first win of 2017. Costello's performance helped head coach Korey Fry earn his first win as the head coach at M State, and chances are Costello had his hand on the game ball to give to Fry in the lockerroom after picking up two sacks of MnWest quarterbacks. Costello, from New Brighton, Minnesota, is a sophomore for the Spartans. M State will look to get to the .500 mark in Week 4, when they travel to Northland Community & Technical College for a 1:30 pm kickoff in Thief River Falls.
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