Penn State’s new head coach James Franklin is no stranger to Wildcat fans. That “history” combined with a very good chance to end our misery in Happy Valley are yet another reason to be positive about 2014.
As the ‘Cats endured day one of Camp Kenosha, we take a look at some NU-related news as well as some tidbits from around the competitive landscape.
We’ve got an in-season break from the insanity which gives us a week to try and find our positive groove as we head down the home stretch of the 2012 season with a ton left on the plate.
This has been odd season for Northwestern offensively. A suddenly stagnant offense has Wildcats fans, and players, questioning the team’s identity and searching for a way to get the team moving.
You won’t hear Northwestern talking much about its 4-0 start. Pat Fitzgerald has his team focused on its own improvement and not resting on any real or imagined laurels.
There was a clear difference between Northwestern’s two wins — the defense. The Wildcats are getting more pressure and fixing the mistakes from last year that had us all questioning this unit.
Northwestern got things going in the fourth quarter as Venric Mark and Trevor Siemian led a 17-3 fourth quarter rally in a big victory over Vanderbilt.