The Northwestern Wildcats offense has slowly but surely regressed over the past few seasons. Last year a major bright spot for the team was freshman running back Justin Jackson who had the fourth highest yards per game average among freshman in the nation. The offense will be built around him but what about the other weapons? The return of wide receiver Christian Jones makes him...
The Northwestern Wildcats football program took a major hit monday when it was announced the oft-injured wide receiver Christian Jones underwent left knee surgery in order to repair torn cartilage. That is the same left knee that caused Jones to miss the entire 2014 campaign due to a torn ACL and the most recent knee problem could impact his senior season. Christian Jones is expected...
Northwestern WR Christian Jones suffered a season-ending knee injury during practice. And RB Venric Mark is transferring. Tough day for NU. — Tom Dienhart (@BTNTomDienhart) August 13, 2014 First the Wildcats lost their 2013 leader in receiving yardage, Christian Jones, to a season ending knee injury. Jones finished 2013 with 54 receptions for 668 yards and 4 TDs. With the Wildcats...
Northwestern quarterback Trevor Siemian threw for 414 yards and four touchdowns and Christian Jones caught 13 balls for 182 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Wildcats past Illinois 37-34 Saturday in the finale for both teams. Siemian was 31-44 and didn't throw an interception. The win ended a seven-game losing streak for Northwestern (5-7, 1-8 Big Ten) The Wildcats gashed an...
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