By Philip Rossman-Reich on Monday, December 9, 2013
Northwestern’s fall quarter closed with some Big Ten and All-America honors as well as a wrestling win for a freshman.
Perhaps the biggest upset of the Northwestern football season happened this past weekend. Garrett Dickerson, a four-star DE, committed to Pat Fitzgerald and the ‘Cats yesterday, as PRR Read the full article…
Northwestern had a major day Saturday with 10 of the team’s 12 commitments making visits to Evanston and three uncommitted prospects also traveling to Evanston for visits.
With Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski in attendance, Northwestern put on a defensive display and earned an important stepping-stone victory in dominating Western Michigan on Saturday.
Pat Fitzgerald often likes to say "Stats are for losers" in explaining away seemingly troublesome numbers. However, dispassionate, statistical analysis shows, Northwestern's conservative playcalling is truly what is for losers.
Teddy Greenstein asks the questions about the questionable NU decisions, yet gets no true answers.
Northwestern’s 37-34 win versus Illinois Saturday capped off the 2013 season with a 5-7 record. There is no worse record in sports than a 5-7 FBS college football Read the full article…
The big change from September to the rest of the season? The offense obviously. But more subtly it is the Wildcats’ inability to create turnovers and generate points off those turnovers that have the team in this tailspin.