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Northwestern junior quarterback Kain Colter was not in action during the game-winning drive, but did his part in helping the Wildcats to a 42-41 win over Syracuse.
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Northwestern junior quarterback Kain Colter showed the potential that he has as a starting quarterback while on the field in Saturday's game. PurpleWildcats.com writer Nick Medline argues that NU should ride Colter as its leader.
Northwestern quarterback Kain Colter talks about the upcoming game against Syracuse, what to expect, and how excited this team is to take the field.
Each Sunday, we’ll analyze Northwestern’s game “by the numbers,” picking out the five most important statistics from the game. Here’s the week one installment.
by Kevin Trahan (@k_trahan) Inside Northwestern.com
4: Combined rushing yards for Treyvon Green and Mike Trumpy
This spring, Northwestern figured it had finally found a solid running game outside of its quarterback...
Northwestern quarterback Trevor Siemian stepped in for Kain Colter and led the Wildcats to a game-winning drive.
Entering his senior season, Northwestern receiver Demetrius Fields felt he was being overlooked among the Wildcats' loaded depth at wideout. The performance Fields provided during NU's season-opening win over Syracuse proves he shouldn't be overlooked anymore.
Northwestern saw its 22-point third-quarter lead disappear, turning a blowout into a nailbiter. Syracuse's comeback would not matter as Trevor Siemian led a game-winning drive leading the Wildcats past the Orange, 42-41. NU was thrilled to earn a victory but has much to improve on.
In its first installment, former Northwestern defensive tackle Jack DiNardo offers comments and concerns of the Wildcats' week-one win over the Syracuse Orange.
Northwestern senior linebacker David Nwabuisi was a key part in helping the Wildcats to a 42-41 win over Syracuse.