With charges filed against a Northwestern starter last weekend, Coach Roy digs back to remember another key player who wound up in trouble for many of the same things, but who got a third [or was it fourth] chance. That kid is in line to hear his name this weekend in the NFL draft after he really cleaned up his act.
April 27, 2007
Coach Roy knows - There's nothing like an injury to a key player to really mess up your gameplan. Get injuries in one quarter to two, then three starters and you can get into the kind of trouble that ruined Northwestern's homecoming Saturday...
October 23, 2006
When the Northwestern offense takes the field, the first player to touch the ball is Center Trevor Rees [shown at work with his fellow linemen]. Here he holds forth on how the O-Line improved during the Spring, losing his two guards, and who was his biggest surprise of the Spring...
May 10, 2005
There used to be the "<b>Winning Edge</b>" or the <b>run up Mount Trashmore</b>, or any number of physical endurance tests that were used by the <b>NU Wildcats</b> to measure conditioning.<br><br> One test that the Coaches are proud of is the "<b>Iron Cat</b>" designation -- 35 players earned the "award". But the names of some of the 5 frosh might surprise you...
August 25, 2004