Can you imagine your football—your mighty football team—never having defeated a program that has lost over 680 times in its history?
Just give us our beach ball back, please.
In the age of NIL, if you can’t compete you are a farm team
From bases to buzzers, it’s not all despair in Evanston.
Has the game changed on Northwestern to an existential degree?
Grab something to take the edge off, because it’s time to talk about the Northwestern quarterback situation.
The emperor’s got no clothes, and you all get to spend the next 6-8 years pointing and laughing until Jim O’Neill gets fired.
The Collins regime appears to be out of ideas. So what’s another year of failure among friends?
2022 will be the last season at Ryan Field, per a text from the Northwestern Ticket Office.
This program’s been dead since September, but another shovel blow in December hurt even more.
How to reschedule your college basketball games for maximum fun, profit, and hilarity.
The 2021 Wildcats are finally, mercifully, dead and buried. How many firings can make up for a pathetic 3-9 (1-8) season?
Has Chris Collins finally entered a "put up or shut up" year in Evanston? With a deep roster and a favorable schedule, it might be NIT or bust.
It's like this foghorn that keeps calling out to you: "Wiiiiild-cats, Wiiiiild-cats"
A curtain-raiser with Michigan State, ANOTHER damn Duke game, and friendly enough crossovers. Could Northwestern repeat atop the West?
Quiz bowl, Malort, tailgating at Northwestern games, and places to go in Evanston. We’re so sorry.
Looking back at M00N and...well, just EVERY Michigan loss as we answer your questions on why NU beats Iowa but can’t fill Ryan Field, the best upsets of wisconsin, and more!
Under Armour, Northwestern, let’s put the stripe back where it belongs
Just check the schedule.
Transfer quarterback Ryan Hilinski looks poised to nose out Hunter Johnson and Andrew Marty, but can OC Mike Bajakian construct an offense around a transfer for the second straight year?
New DC Jim O’Neil raises more questions than he answers...but that’s what consistency across Pat Fitzgerald’s tenure is for. Who’s the next man up?
A lot new, but it’s still Pat Fitzgerald’s Northwestern. Whatever that means.
A preview of a football game between a 6-2 division champion and a 6-4 team that spent $21 million to fire a coach.
Playing in their natural habitat—a 60-minute paean to John Cage’s 4’33"—Pat Fitzgerald’s Wildcats look to push the boundaries of offensive indecency...and somehow improve on a 3-win 2019.