Posted October 28, 2012 on
It took a November to remember for Northwestern to save its 2011 season. This year's team has a chance for a special finish, aiming for a run to the Big Ten championship game. Once again, it will take a November to remember. Former Wildcat Jack DiNardo analyzes where NU stands.
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Northwestern flipped its script on offense, using quarterback Kain Colter in the rushing attack. The offense enjoyed plenty of success in the Wildcats' 28-17 victory over Iowa.
The potential was still present, but Northwestern's offense had become a mess. That is, before Saturday's 28-17 victory over Iowa. The Wildcats returned to form, led by quarterback Kain Colter and running back Venric Mark. Now, NU enters the bye week with its identity in tact.
Northwestern junior quarterback Kain Colter was named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week, following his impressive performance against the Iowa Hawkeyes.
Northwestern running back Venric Mark and defensive tackle Brian Arnfelt meet the media following Northwestern's win over Iowa. PurpleWildcats offers up video from the news conference.
If Bill Carmody is feeling the heat, he did a good job of hiding it.
He's back for a 13th season as Northwestern's coach after his future appeared to be in doubt, and the Wildcats are still searching for that elusive NCAA tournament bid.
That's all that matters. And, maybe, this.
''I have an endorsement from our athletic director and our president so I feel...
Dave Sobolewski is just a sophomore, but is needed more than ever to lead his Northwestern Wildcats. The point guard must produce on the court and lead by example for his young teammates.