<b>Northwestern's</b> Offensive Line will lose over 900 lbs of experienced blocking this year, plus the 1,000+ yard rusher who takes advantage of the holes up front. All told 6 Seniors occupy key roles on the offense. <p>But it might not be as bad as it seems. Those 3 linemen and the Running Back will be hard to replace, but for once in a long time, the subs are already on the 2-Deep.
November 16, 2004
This one looks like it could be a dandy -<br> <br> + <b>Northwestern</b>'s Spread against <b>Michigan</b>'s fast, tough defense.<br> + <b>Michigan</b>'s NFL bound wide receiver against <b>NU</b>'s resurgent pass Defense<br> + A matchup between an experienced running back and a freshman phenom, both averaging lots of yards a game.<br> <br> Grab hold fans - this one could be really good...<br>
November 12, 2004
<b>Positives, Possible Negatives</b> and the <b>Unknowns</b><br><br> Here's our final section looking at the <b>Northwestern Offense</b> for the coming 2003 season.<br><br> We touch on Running Backs, Quarterbacks, Linemen, and maybe some roles for the Frosh. Its all right here...
July 17, 2003
When the <b>Wildcats</b> went to the spread, the Tight End just about disappeared from the playbook.<br><br> But recently, we've seen players line up as tight ends, and big plays from the tight end...<br><br> There are no surprises about this position - so this one is a freebie [and there's an update here about Joe W]...
June 9, 2003