Sterling, Jeff, & Luka Might Get More Time

NU Roundball Coach Bill Carmody was on the WGN Sports Central Show with Dave Kaplan and talked about the upcoming game with Stanford, and how he might use some of that depth on the bench.
December 18, 2008

Random Thoughts: Basketball Injuries

Figuring out who is hurt on any college team is tricky, and Coach Roy points out that sometimes you have to listen very closely to the interviews before and after games to get a sense of who is actually playing through the aches and pains of Div I Sports. Take NU Basketball...
December 13, 2006

Random Thoughts: Put aside the "cardiac cats"

And concentrate on some of the real positives that came out of last night's Big 10/ACC Challenge game in Evanston, as Northwestern defeated Miami [Fla] 61-59.
November 29, 2006

Random Thoughts: Browsing the Box

Coach Roy can be a bit of a statistics nerd, but he likes to see statistically who is really performing over an entire game. If you check out the Northwestern Wildcat box score from last night's game with Brown, a few things about the 2006-07 team start to stick out....
November 22, 2006

NU's Classic Carmody NU 57 Minny 49

The Win over the Minnesota Gophers gives the Northwestern Wildcats the best start in 30 years. NU played their style of pass it around basketball, looking for the open man. Two freshmen stepped up again to score their career highs and notch theirfirst Big 10 road win
January 7, 2006

Bad Day for Bears: NU 82 N.Col 47

When they announced Mohamed Hachad's appendectomy, you might have been worried - Mo is NU's #2 scorer right now, but you didn't have to be this week. 4 Northwestern Wildcats scored in double figures, as the Cats easily won their 3rd in a row, rolling over Northern Colorado, 82-47
January 1, 2006

Random Thoughts: NU Bowling, Basketball, etc.

Coach Roy ponders NU in San Antonio again, this time against the Sooners? Sangarin ratings and game predictions, and the appearance of frosh starting on the court last night. And Carmody is apparently sending messages, but to whom?
December 1, 2005