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NU Football 14-15 preview part 2: Wildcats got speed at RB

The Northwestern Wildcats lost a threat at running the ball in dual threat quarterback Cain Colter but the yardage Colter had per game will surely not be missed as the Cats have star runningback Venric Mark returning for a fifth year with the team. Mark was granted a 5th year after he missed majority of last season due to injuries such as problems with his hamstring and a fractured ankle. He was never thoro ...

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Northwestern’s offensive look behind QB Trevor Siemian

For the past few seasons the Northwestern Wildcats starting quarterback position has been Quarterback A and Quarterback B as starters. As Northwestern had a dual threat QB in Cain Colter who has recently graduated from the University and is now pursuing a roster spot with the Minnesota Vikings camp, and QB Trevor Siemian with a strong arm and is not too bad on his feet as well. Heading in to the 2014-15 sea ...

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Northwestern Wildcat’s 2014-2015 schedule (NCAAFB)

The Northwestern Wildcats started off to a hot start last season going 4-0 in their first four games while leading the NCAA in most defensive stats in college football. As soon as Big Ten Conference play started the Cats lost the remainder of their games all the way up to their final game against the Illinois Fighting Illini, in which they won. Heading in to 2014-15 the Big Cats are looking at a few new fac ...

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High Expectations for the 2013 Wildcats

The 2013 Northwestern Wildcats have the potential to win their first Big 10 title since 2000. The Wildcats are coming off of only their third 10 win season in school history, and they are return almost all key contributors. The Wildcats are looking to build on their first bowl win in 64 years after defeating Mississippi State in the 2013 Gator Bowl. Heading into the 2013 season, Wildcats head coach Pat Fitz ...

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Bulls Show 38: No Rose, No Noah, No Problem

(@TheBullsShow): Derrick Rose isn't back, but we are. Listen in as we reflect on the highest of highs in ending Miami's streak and the lowest of lows collapsing against Dallas. With only 10 games remaining in the Bulls schedule, we also look ahead at the home stretch of the regular season and project where the Bulls will fall in the Eastern conference playoff picture. Finally, we wrap things up with "The Fa ...

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Big Ten Basketball Preview Part Two: Northwestern and Purdue

*This is part two of a six part series previewing each Big Ten team. Part one, Monday: Nebraska, Penn State Part two, Tuesday: Northwestern, Purdue Part three, Wednesday: Iowa, Illinois Part four, Thursday: Minnesota, Wisconsin Part five, Friday: Michigan State, Michigan Part six, Saturday: Ohio State, Indiana   10. Northwestern Just when things were starting to look bright for Northwestern, everything ...

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Big Ten Basketball Preview Part One: Nebraska and Penn State

*This is part one of a six part series previewing each Big Ten team. Part one, Monday: Nebraska, Penn State Part two, Tuesday: Northwestern, Purdue Part three, Wednesday: Iowa, Illinois Part four, Thursday: Minnesota, Wisconsin Part five, Friday: Michigan State, Michigan Part six, Saturday: Ohio State, Indiana The polls are out. With five ranked teams (Michigan State, Michigan, Ohio State, Indiana) and anot ...

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The Most Polarizing Athletes in America

LeBron James is back in the NBA finals after the Miami Heat outlasted the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference Finals.  When the clock hit triple zeros and the self-proclaimed “King” walked off the court victorious half of the country was ready to turn their televisions off while the other half was ready to buy Miami championship memorabilia. This led me to think of the most polarizing figure in sports ...

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