It’s official – the ‘Cats will spend January 1 in Jacksonville and take on Mississippi State. Nebraska goes to Cap One, Michigan to Outback.
Congrats to Wisconsin, who obliterated Nebraska in the Big Ten Championship Game and in the process may have turned the B1G’s top tier bowl selections on their ear. Brett Kurland takes a look at the implications for Northwestern. We also invite you into our “Bowling for Northwestern” Open Thread, as we count down the hours until we learn where the Wildcats will be headed on January 1. Note that we will be updating this post throughout the day as new information becomes available.
It’s almost time for the music to stop so we can find out in which seat Northwestern will land in the game of bowl musical chairs. Brett Kurland takes a look at the latest projections.
Brett Kurland pulls an all-nighter trying to sort out the confusing world that is bowl season and the “rules” that apply.
Every year at this time, there is a lot of information, and misinformation, floating around about bowl games and the selection process that goes on inside the offices of the bowls. So, we decided to go behind-the-scenes to the leader of one of the biggest bowl organizations in the country to get some insight into how things work and what bowls think of Northwestern. Plus, we take a look at the latest bowl projections from the guestimators we’ve been following all season.
One week left in the regular season, and finally some clarity to Northwestern’s bowl possibilities… we think. LTP contributor Brett Kurland breaks down the likelihood of the ‘Cats various potential destinations, and the dominos that would need to fall to make each of them happen.
LTP contributor Brett Kurland wades through the latest and greatest possibilities for NU’s bowl destination(s) so you don’t have to.