Random Thoughts: Why NU Wins the Alamo

The odds makers have installed Mizzooo as the favorite, but there are more than a couple of reasons why someone who follows NU Football (like Coach Roy) expects victory in San Antonio tonight
December 29, 2008


Don't be fooled by Northwestern's closer than expected loss to Michigan, the statistics say that Northwestern is a one-dimensional football team and that if State can contain the Wildcats passing game, they should win easily.
October 4, 2007

Monday 2-Deep - Do it to them One More Time

After pitching a shutout, you wouldn't expect many changes to the Northwestern Defense this week, and there aren't any. There's only one offensive change of note too as the Wildcats get ready to avenge last year's drubbing at the hands of the Nevada Wolf Pack - this time at home in Evanston...
September 4, 2007

SjT: NU D Throws a Shutout - C.J. just Throws

First off, perhaps the best thing about the First Northwestern Wildcat game on the new Big Ten Network? Our designated abbreviation on top of the screen was NU. Not NW or NWU, but NU. FINALLY!
September 2, 2007

SjT: Big 10/Top 20 Preview

It's that most wonderful time of the year again ... I can hear the bands marching, tailgates sizzling and crisp autumn Saturdays of pigskin perfection are just around the corner! First we get the annual Big Ten preview and pre-season SjTop 25 rankings. Enjoy!
August 28, 2007

Sutton Breaks 1000 yards, Cats break Illinois

There were 13 seniors playing their final game at Ryan Field Saturday - their parents joined them on the field for introductions, and set the tone for the Sweet Sioux Tomahawk game between Northwestern and Illinois, a game the Cats won...
November 18, 2006

OSU 'D' Looks To Button-Up Sutton

Ohio State's defense continues to be one of the best statistical units in the country. Northwestern's offense has struggled most of the year, but have played well of late and led by RB Tyrell Sutton could give OSU a decent test. We caught up with OSU safeties coach Paul Haynes and cornerback Antonio Smith for more.
November 10, 2006