You may say it’s too early to talk of such things and that I need to calm down after only one conference game in the books, but this could be a great year for the Wildcats!
Their 5-0 record may not have come against the best of opponents (Syracuse, Vanderbilt, Boston College, South Dakota, Indiana), but Northwestern has shown the ability to score, almost on demand. They have scored...
Northwestern sophomore quarterback Trevor Siemian isn't the starter by definition, but he isn't a backup, either. Instead, Siemian has led the Wildcats in numerous important situations this season, helping the team to a 2-0 record.
The first weekend of college football is formally in the books. Lets take a look at the key players, moments and teams whose efforts didnt impact who won or lost the game, but rather who covered the spread and cashed winning tickets or not. Wait, doesnt everybody break it down that way?
Trevor Siemian/Demetrius Fields, Northwestern…..Northwestern +1.5 was our one and only bet...
Just when Syracuse thought they had rallied back and grinded their way to a victory in the season opener, it all went for naught. Trevor Siemian, part of a two quarterback tandem for Northwestern lobbed a touchdown to Demitrius Fields with 44 seconds to go to clinch the game for Pat Fitzgerald’s Wildcats at the Carrier Dome.
The Orange found themselves down early and eventually...
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.
Backup quarterback Trevor Siemian hit Demetrius Fields for a 9-yard touchdown pass with 44 seconds left and Northwestern held on to beat Syracuse 42-41 Saturday in the teams' season opener.
Siemian, subbing for starter Kain Colter, drove the Wildcats 75 yards in 10 plays, taking advantage of a critical personal foul against Syracuse defender Keon Lyn for a late hit out of bounds...
Via AP on Fox
September 01, 2012
Northwestern sophomore quarterback Trevor Siemian currently projects to be the team's second-string quarterback, behind Kain Colter. However, Siemian isn't prepared to surrender; he's vying for the starting job.
Redshirt freshman Trevor Siemian recently joked it was an easy choice picking Northwestern over Harvard, which also recruited the quarterback, because he wasn't that smart.
Northwestern quarterback Trevor Siemian discusses the win over Nebraska.