Most people assumed the Denver Broncos would take a quarterback in the 2015 NFL draft. Where they’d do it caused much debate. That answer came in the end of the 7th round. Denver used the 1st of their three compensatory picks in the 7th round on Northwestern senior quarterback Trevor Siemian. Siemian’s finished his senior season with a pedestrian stat line. He threw for 2214...
The Northwestern Wildcats were getting whooped by Cal 31-14 so they decided to open up the playbook. Trevor Siemian threw a pass to Jayme Taylor, who then threw back across the field to Siemian who made a few nice moves to get to the end zone. At least they’re making it interesting. [@SBNationGIF] The post Northwestern Runs Double-Pass Trick Play, Scores TD appeared first on Diehardsport.
Attn opposing D Coordinators: Trevor Siemian announces to the assembled media that his official 40 time is 4.38. #B1GCats #SiemianFast — Northwestern Sports (@NU_Sports) August 7, 2014 There is a zero percent chance that Trevor Siemian ran a 4.38 40. I give him credit for having a sense of humor with the media though. This […] The post Northwestern QB Trevor Siemian Claims He...
When Northwestern’s Trevor Siemian heard the question about one of his receivers, Miles Shuler, the Wildcats quarterback sighed in relief....
It’s safe to say the pair of young men who shared the Northwestern quarterback duties for the past two seasons do not see eye to eye on the issue of the Wildcat football team unionizing. While Kain Colter has been the face of the movement since he completed his eligibility after last season, Northwestern senior-to-be Trevor Siemian voiced his opinion against today on a teleconference...
Northwestern's Trevor Siemian says it was wrong for former quarterback Kain Colter and other players to explore unionization without first taking their concerns to their coach and administrators.
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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