In the wacky world of college football, it all makes sense-Gain fewer yards, Score fewer points, Win your first game after two close losses. <p>Most fans came to Ryan Field on a picture-perfect early autumn Saturday expecting another game with lots of offense and a close finish for <b>NU's Cardiac Cats</b> vs Kansas. They got that in the fourth quarter - for the first three, NU was killing drives while KU couldn't even get a drive going against an injured but fired up <b>Wildcat</b> defense.
September 19, 2004
Saturday afternoon, the <b>Northwestern Wildcats</b> discovered how to win a game as they gave up 14 points in the 4th quarter, then drove 81yards and held on to win.<br> </p> <p>After the game, NU's Coach talked about beating a much improved Kansas team after losing two tough, close games to start the season
September 18, 2004