JDMills kindly pays a visit to LTP to offer Wildcat fans some insight in to Minnesota 2014.
It’s Minnesota week on LTP. It’s also an annual match-up that both teams’ fans look at and say “that’s a win.” The two programs carry the annual respect card and seem to both be vying for the right to crack the 3rd spot in the Wisconsin, Nebraska, insert NU or Minny in the B1G West upper tier.
Circle October 11 on your calendars. Northwestern’s game against Minnesota should prove to be a potential turning point for both the Wildcats and the Gophers. We chat with Gopher Nation to get a sense about the Gophers.
You have to learn from your mistakes. So let’s break down and watch Trevor Siemian’s key interceptions and see if we can learn anything to build on moving forward.
Northwestern’s program took a step back Saturday in the loss to Minnesota. For NU to regain that step, games like Saturday’s have to become routine wins. The Wildcats must learn to beat the teams they should defeat.
The first four weeks, we thought we were seeing a new Northwestern. In reality, these last three weeks have shown that Northwestern has not changed very much. It is still a program capable of disappointing and frustrating losses to inferior opponents.
Northwestern suffered yet another set back as the offense struggled to find its rhythm and left its defense out to dry for a shocking 20-17 loss to Minnesota.