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Northwestern Wildcats Football Tickets

The Northwestern Wildcats are in the midst of yet another solid season of NCAA football. Northwestern Wildcats football tickets are available troday!

This is a program that over the last decade has slowly gotten better and better each year. However in 2013 after a promising 4-0 start, the injuries began to pile up, and as a result, so did the losses. Northwestern finished 2013 5-7, and many felt that head coach Pat Fitzgerald would bolt for a better program. But, Fitzgerald stuck around. Northwestern got off to a slow start this season, but have played well of late and are sitting at 3-4. The current Wildcats quarterback is Trever Siemian. To this point in the season, Siemian has 1,496 yards passing, but just four touchdowns to six interceptions. The trio of receivers that Siemian throws to are Dan Vitale, Kyle Prater, and Miles Shuler. Vitale has 26 catches for 282 yards and a touchdown. Prater has 26 catches for 264 yards and a touchdown. Shuler has 23 catches for 190 yards and no touchdowns. That is alright though, as Northwestern is all about the running game. To this point in the season, Justin Jackson has 630 yards and four touchdowns.

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Northwestern Wildcats at Michigan State Spartans Football
Saturday, Sep 05, 2020 at 12:00 AM
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Northwestern Wildcats at Penn State Nittany Lions Football
Saturday, Sep 26, 2020 at 12:00 AM
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Nebraska Cornhuskers at Northwestern Wildcats Football
Saturday, Oct 03, 2020 at 12:00 AM
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Northwestern Wildcats at Minnesota Golden Gophers Football
Saturday, Nov 21, 2020 at 12:00 AM
Saturday, Nov 21, 2020 at 12:00 AM

The Northwestern Wildcats, without much of America noticing, have quietly become a very good football program. In eight of their last 10 seasons they have reached a bowl game, winning three of them. 2017 was one of their best seasons ever. They finished the year 10-3, good for second place in the Big Ten West, and ended their season with a 24-23 win over Kentucky in the Music City Bowl. Their head coach is 43-year-old Pat Fitzgerald who has been their head coach since 2006. Fitzgerald is the real deal and Northwestern can’t keep him forever. A bigger program, or even the NFL, will come calling soon.

This team features quarterback Clayton Thorson, who will return for his senior season. Thorson has come flying out of nowhere over the last several years to become a first-round draft choice in the making, and he surprised a few when he announced he was returning to Evanston for one more go. Thorson is the real deal. This is a big, strong, athletic man with a big arm. Thorson’s two favorite targets will return for the 2018 season- Wide receivers Bennett Skowronek and Flynn Nagel. Top tight end Garret Dickerson graduated though and will need to be replaced. The big loss will be running back Justin Jackson who led the team with 1,311 yards rushing and 11 touchdowns. Freshman running back Jeremy Larkin, who finished with 503 yards and five touchdowns, is the next man up. With Thorson returning, this has the chance to be a special season for the Wildcats.

There are some programs that are tradition-rich, others that have some tradition, others that have almost no tradition at all, and then there are the programs like Northwestern who haven’t won the Rose Bowl since the Truman Administration. All in total the Wildcats have just two players since the 1940’s that have played well enough to enter the college football hall of fame, and one of them is their current head coach Pat Fitzgerald.