Jeffrey Becker-USA TODAY Sports Pretty clear that everyone is itching for the season to start. We’re no longer flying solo on these mailbags, as Daniel was joined by Mac and Ben on this end of July to answer a whole slew of questions ranging from campus life at Northwestern to Joe Spivak prop bets for 2021. Enjoy! With 2022 recruiting, who is still in the mix as far as … [Read more...] about End of July Mailbag — Let the football predictions commence!
Kirthmon F. Dozier via Imagn Content Services, LLC Getting the series started with a game ‘Cats fans have had circled on their calendars for a while. The final installment of our 2021 summer guide is the Know Your Opponent series. We’ll take you through Northwestern’s schedule week by week, outlining the strengths and weaknesses of each opponent and identifying some key … [Read more...] about Know Your Opponent — Michigan State
Photo by David Purdy/Getty Images The B16, you could call it. Well, as if the wave of news surrounding the NCAA’s newly-implemented name, image and likeness rules wasn’t enough, there’s now a new hot topic in the college sports world, and it’s quite possible that its implications are even more significant than those of NIL. Following the weekend revelation that Texas … [Read more...] about What would the Big Ten look like with the addition of Kansas and Iowa State?
Photo by Brian Bahr/Getty Images The former Kansas wideout is poised for a major season that could lead the ‘Cats back to Indy. On January 8 — just a week after the team’s Citrus Bowl victory over Auburn — Northwestern added former Kansas wide receiver Stephon Robinson Jr. via the transfer portal. Robinson chose the Jayhawks in 2018 after starting his collegiate career … [Read more...] about FILM ROOM: How Stephon Robinson Jr. will ignite Northwestern’s offense
Northwestern junior Federico Burdisso became an Olympic medalist Wednesday in Tokyo, taking home the bronze medal in the 200-meter butterfly for his home country Italy. Burdisso, posting a time of 1:54.45, finished behind Hungary’s Kristóf Milák and Japan’s Tomoru Honda. He defeated Hungary’s Tamás Kenderesi by just seven milliseconds. A member of NU’s varsity swimming... The … [Read more...] about Northwestern junior Federico Burdisso wins Olympic medal in 200-meter butterfly
Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports At last, the South Carolina product that everyone has been talking about this offseason. To kick off a summer of football at Inside NU, we are counting down Northwestern’s Top 10 Most Important Players in 2021. We’ve put our heads together as a staff, used the unruly power of democracy and created a list that has already caused plenty of … [Read more...] about Northwestern football’s most important players — No. 1 Ryan Hilinski
Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports Trying something new this time around! You (i.e. commenter MNWildcat) asked for it following the end of June mailbag, and we listened. This is your call to submit mailbag questions that will all be answered at the end of the week by three of your Inside NU editors — Daniel Olinger, Mac Stone and Ben Chasen. All you have to do is submit … [Read more...] about ATTENTION — Send in your end of the month mailbag questions here!
Northwestern Athletics The Class of 2023 swimmer has cemented his legacy in Northwestern’s sports history. Federico Burdisso has done it. The Northwestern swimmer earned the bronze medal in the men’s 200-meter butterfly for his native Italy at the Tokyo Olympics. Burdisso swam a 1:55:14 in the preliminary heat on July 26, finishing third in his heat and qualifying him … [Read more...] about BREAKING: Northwestern swimmer Federico Burdisso wins bronze at the Olympics
Photo by Zach Bolinger/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Can the safety phenom live up to the hype he’s inspired in his sophomore season? To kick off a summer of football at Inside NU, we are counting down Northwestern’s Top 10 Most Important Players in 2021. We’ve put our heads together as a staff, used the unruly power of democracy and created a list that has already … [Read more...] about Northwestern football’s most important players — No. 2 Brandon Joseph