Posted November 19, 2012 on
The regular season comes to a close on Saturday when the Wildcats host rival Illinois at Ryan Field. It provides the chance for Northwestern to finish its season the right way. Former standout Jack DiNardo offers a look at the team.
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Northwestern coach Pat Fitzgerald says he expects quarterback Kain Colter and running back Venric Mark to play this week against Illinois.
Mark sat out the second half of Saturday's 23-20 victory at Michigan State with what was announced as an upper extremity injury, while Colter was shaken up in the second half. The two are a big reason why Illinois ranks third in the Big Ten...
The Northwestern Wildcats hope they can finally move on from their fourth-quarter struggles.
After holding on for a 23-20 victory over Michigan State on Sunday, the Wildcats are very much in the mix for a quality bowl bid at the end of the season.
Northwestern (8-3, 4-3 Big Ten) blew fourth-quarter leads in losses to Penn State, Nebraska and Michigan, so the Wildcats had reason...
Reggie Hearn scored 14 points and Northwestern's defense did the rest Sunday in an 80-53 victory over Fairleigh Dickinson.
Fairleigh Dickinson's inability to convert in the paint prevented them from staying in the game early. The Knights missed six layups in the first half alone, which allowed Northwestern (3-0) to quickly take command in the first meeting between the schools...
Former Cardinal Jared Swopshire is fitting nicely with his new team. The Northwestern Wildcats are off to a 3-0 start for the first time in over a decade. This is obviously the Swop effect, no?
In three games this season, Swop is averaging 11.7 points, 6 rebounds and 2 assists. He had a career high performance last week’s 81-68 win against Mississippi Valley State, finishing...
In his Northwestern debut, forward Nikola Cerina suffered and apparent ankle injury and was forced to leave. The extent of the injury remains uncertain, but it was a disappointing start to his NU career.
When Northwestern needed an answer in its 69-50 victory over Delaware State, it turned to sophomore point guard Dave Sobolewski. He paced the Wildcats with a steady hand, an early trend to the season.
The season is still young, but we have learned plenty to this point. PurpleWildcats offers a look at what's working and what hasn't for the Northwestern Wildcats.