Even if temporary, the performance was a breath of fresh air.
The Wildcats looked comfortable throughout this one.
It was a happy Homecoming Saturday in Evanston.
The bye week has come and gone.
Northwestern had far from a banner day on either side of the ball, but the sophomore QB flashed his potential.
If the price stands as is, NU is due for an attendance embarrassment on November 20.
The last week of action brought two wins, and two encouraging upset attempts.
Ignore number 14 for another week.
The ‘Cats are no longer last in the Big Ten!
An alumni reunion at SoFi Stadium in LA took place. Well, kinda.
And then there were three (unbeaten B1G teams).
At this point, the W-L might be less meaningful than player progression.
The sophomore guard is back in what should be a bigger and better role this season.
The grad student is back for more.
In what could be his final year as a Wildcat, the guard will hope to more frequently give himself opportunities to score.
Use the $480 million to buy a better defense, many are saying.
The new ink will keep him in Evanston through the 2024-25 season.
You had questions. We had some answers.
A fun episode on a bleak topic.
Things can only go up from here, right?
Just three games into Big Ten competition, Northwestern has picked up more losses than it did in its entire non-conference slate.
The junior could be next in line for a bigger role this season.
Let’s just ignore the team at the bottom.
The Aulicino-Steigleder connection is inevitable.
Despite several injuries, the Pro ‘Cats played key roles in wins for their squads.
Featuring a Fetty Wap-ing
The junior point guard will carry a lot of responsibility this season.
The ‘Cats allowed more yards Saturday night than they ever had in a game under Pat Fitzgerald, prompting intensified doubts about their new defensive coordinator.
It’s going to be a long season.