Northwestern
Wildcats

1st quarter recap: Northwestern 7, Michigan 7

Quinn Evans

Gardner Bootlegs for the Score

Starting for an injured Denard Robinson, Michigan’s Devin Gardner threw for 57 yards and ran for 25 yards and one touchdown in the quarter, and the two teams are tied 7-7 at the end of the first. No. 24 Northwestern scored when Venric Mark turned a handoff into a three-yard touchdown to cap off a 10-play, 78-yard drive, giving the Wildcats the game’s first lead. Northwestern threw just one time during that march downfield.

Read More

Find out more about: ,

Wolverines, Spartans advance to men's finals

soccer thumbnail

Big Ten Men's Soccer Semifinal Highlights

The Big Ten men’s soccer tournament continues today in Evanston, Ill., with two semifinal matchups set for this afternoon. Penn State fell to Michigan State 3-1 in the first semifinal. The second semifinal, Michigan dropped Northwestern 3-0.

Read More

Volleyball Report: Where are the top student sections?

There is little doubt that the Big Ten has the most passionate and largest fan bases of any conference in the nation. Six of the top ten teams nationally in average attendance this season reside in the Big Ten, including four of the top five. Nebraska has the most dedicated fan base in the country with 175 consecutive sell outs of the NU Coliseum, the longest sell-out streak of any women’s collegiate sport.

Read More

Find out more about:

'Elite' profiles 1995 Wildcats football team

elite_barnett

Big Ten Elite: 1995 Northwestern Football

Tonight’s episode of “Big Ten Elite” at 8 p.m. ET (and again at 10 p.m.) profiles of one of the greatest rags-to-riches stories in recent college football history. When Gary Barnett arrived on campus and announced that Northwestern fans and players should “expect victory,” few thought he could live up to that proclamation. But in 1995 the Northwestern Wildcats authored a season for the ages.

Read More

Find out more about:

Bowl projections: Six Big Ten teams on Week 11 list

Bo Pelini & Brady Hoke

Gardner Buys Time, Hits Dileo in the Endzone

No changes at the top of my bowl projections this week with Nebraska and Michigan taking care of business, and Wisconsin and Northwestern being off. But the “lower-tier” bowls are in flux.

Read More

Find out more about:

More Headlines