Posted October 27, 2012 on
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.
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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.
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Kain Colter scored three rushing touchdowns and threw for another score as Northwestern defeated Iowa 28-17 on Saturday.
The Wildcats (7-2, 3-2 Big Ten) have been struggling with their passing game, but had success running the ball. Colter rushed for 166 yards and Venric Mark ran for 162 yards. Mark became Northwestern's first 1,000-yard rusher since Tyrell Sutton in 2006.