Posted December 15, 2012 on
Many fans and observers feel Northwestern's season is over, that following the news that senior forward Drew Crawford will miss the remainder of the season. However, the Wildcats will play with heart as they work toward making this season a success.
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Northwestern forward Drew Crawford has a torn labrum in his right shoulder and will have season-ending surgery, a major blow for the Wildcats.
The senior is eligible to seek a medical hardship waiver.
In a statement released Friday, coach Bill Carmody says Crawford aggravated a previous injury in September and tried to play through it. The shoulder didn't respond the way they...
The loss of Drew Crawford is an unfortunate blow to Northwestern's season, and sad news for the team's senior leader. However, there are several key takeaways from the news. PurpleWildcats takes a look at what's next for Northwestern without Drew Crawford.
You may have been wondering why Northwestern forward Drew Crawford may have been struggling so much during his senior season. His game has been off enough that we’ve seen his NBA Draft stock drop significantly. Now we know why. From the NU SID: Crawford (Naperville, Ill./Naperville Central) will undergo surgery on his right shoulder and will miss the remainder of the 2012-13 season...
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