Found November 26, 2013 on The Catch and Shoot:
This article was originally written for and published by North By Northwestern, a Northwestern University student publication. Photo: AP/Paul Beaty Less than a week after an impressive blowout on the road against UIC, Northwestern (4-2) had its second consecutive ugly outing at home. The Wildcats, who needed late heroics from JerShon Cobb to beat IUPUI on Friday, used a second-half surge to defeat Gardner-Webb (2-4) on Monday, 72-59. “I’m really excited about this win,” Northwestern head coach Chris Collins said. “Gardner-Webb is a team where you look at their history and they have beat and lost at the buzzer to high-major teams.” Gardner-Webb jumped out to a 7-2 lead, but Northwestern fought back and took its first lead with 9:01 left in the first half on a three-pointer from freshman forward Nate Taphorn. The Wildcats and the Runnin’ Bulldogs traded baskets for the rest of the first half, with sophomore guard Tre Demps’ three-pointer from the left wing putting the Wildcats up 28...
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