Four Northwestern athletes met with the media following the Wildcats' 35-6 win over the Ohio Bobcats Saturday afternoon. This is what safety Brandon Joseph, linebacker Chris Bergin, running back Evan Hull, and quarterback Ryan Hilinski had to say about the game. You can watch the full press conference at the top of this page.
Team MVPs of the Game Northwestern Wildcats There’s only one possible MVP for the Wildcats in this one: sophomore running back Evan Hull. Hull bounced back in a big way after a disappointing performance against Duke in which he only rushed for 49 yards on 10 carries.
Following a week three loss to Duke, Northwestern entered the game against Ohio looking to bounce back and get back in the win column. Bounce back they did, as the Wildcats beat Ohio in blowout fashion, 35-6.
First-year running back Anthony Tyus III and sophomore running back Jake Arthurs each recorded their first touchdown as a Wildcat, padding Northwestern's 35-6 victory over the Ohio Bobcats. Mid-fourth quarter, the Bobcats set the Wildcats up with a short field after they turned the ball over on downs on the Ohio 32-yard line.
Going into their tilt Saturday with the Ohio Bobcats, Northwestern needed to play a complete game before going into Big Ten play. The Wildcats got back on track and more, dismantling Ohio 35-6 to get back to .500 on the season.
It is halftime here at Ryan Field as Northwestern heads to the locker room with a 17-0 lead. It is a strong bounce back performance following the loss to Duke as the Wildcats look to improve to 2-2 on the season.
Wildcats quarterback Ryan Hilinski is starting in Northwestern's game against the Ohio Bobcats after the team listed three QB's as potential Week 4 starters: Hilinski, senior Hunter Johnson and senior Andrew Marty. Northwestern began this season with Johnson as starter.
With the fierce defense's of the Big Ten patiently awaiting, it is officially now or never for the Northwestern University offense to figure out an identity as the team prepares for its matchup against Ohio University on Sept.
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Northwestern came into their week three matchup with a little momentum after their first win of the season against Indiana State last week. That momentum was halted (in the first half at least) in their 30-20 loss against Duke.
Team MVPs of the Game Duke Blue Devils Although many of the Blue Devils truly showed out in today's game (such as senior running back Mataeo Durant), the obvious choice here is Gunnar Holmberg, and we're going to stick with it.
The insertion of senior quarterback Andrew Marty into this game has completely changed the Wildcat offense and the tenor of the entire game. He has already led the Wildcats to three touchdowns in what's felt like only four total minutes with the ball.