At 315 pounds himself, Brandon Sherff has famously cleaned 443 pounds three times.
Northwestern AD Jim Phillips will soon find himself at the forefront of a controversial issue.
Wisconsin has a most favorable 2014 conference schedule.
In a wild scene on campus Friday, Northwestern football players voted whether to unionize.
Northwestern football players cast secret ballots Friday in an on-campus hall adjacent to their home stadium on whether to form the nation’s first union for college athletes. Just don’t expect results any time soon.
On April 25, Northwestern’s scholarship football players will vote on the potential formation of a union, the first of its kind in college athletics.
This is time for the kind of innovation and pioneering of which they speak.
Northwestern players are set to vote April 25 on whether to unionize.
Northwestern football coach Pat Fitzgerald is encouraging his team to vote no on forming a union less than two weeks after the National Labor Relations Board said the players could bargain collectively and called for an election.
Northwestern is embarking on a $3.75-billion fundraising campaign, but Welsh-Ryan Arena will remain an eyesore.
Enough with the rhetoric, Illinois and Northwestern. Win some games first.
It’s a quality-vs.-quantity debate in seeing who got the upper hand in Chicago recruiting.
Wildcats coach Pat Fitzgerald says he’s “really excited” about his class.
While reputations can often mislead, I’d argue that numbers don’t.
I look forward to you joining me in my kitchen as I cook up my thoughts on an smorgasbord of topics.
The Chicago Cubs and Northwestern University announced what they are calling an “innovative, multi-year event and reciprocal marketing partnership” Tuesday that will include five Wildcats football games at Wrigley Field.
The stuffed monkey spent the last year in storage, out of sight but still in everyone’s mind. Coach Pat Fitzgerald dusted it off for the Gator Bowl and even had it on the sideline Tuesday as a reminder of Northwestern’s decades-long, bowl losing streak — the ol’ monkey on their backs. Now, it’s in pieces.
Saturday’s 50-14 win for Northwestern over the Illini represented much more than just another clash between Chicago’s Big Ten team and Illinois’ state team.
Having co-coordinators in college football is not uncommon, but I’ve never heard of two coordinators splitting up the play-calling by down.
So, is it really possible that Northwestern posts not only its best win total since 1995 this year, but even its better by one or two victories?