But it almost seems like the other Big 10 teams can predict which
Wildcat will start to miss 3 pointers and then change their defense to
cover the guy who will be hot from the arc.
In my "humble" opinion, the Cats can't be as bad as we looked against
Illinois and Wisconsin, and we're apparently not as good as we looked
against Georgia Tech, Michigan or SIU. Would the "real" NU Wildcats please start coming to
Persa on the comeback trail
The Sun Times had an article
Saturday about Dan Persa's rehab and how well things are going for NU's
soon to be Senior Quarterback. Sounds like he's about a month ahead of
whatever a rehab schedule for an Achilles is.
Persa's always been in good shape, and is known for being one of
the best trained players on the team. Even hearing about his rehab
going so well is good news for Cat fans on a Cold January morning.
How do you build a top program? Copy your old school's winning ways.
Former NU Assistant and player Lindsey Munday just went out and picked
up a former #1 recruit from Virginia to be her first at USC. Kelly
Austin transfered out of the Virginia program at the end of December
and is already in school in California. Austin was the top player in
High School Lacrosse in 2009, and played in 10 games for the Cavs,
starting 3 of them.
Lindsay certainly isn't wasting any time building a team.
The Curse of the Wildcats Reversed
Once again Trai Essex of the Steelers is NU's representative in the
NFL Championship Game in Dallas this year. Essex also played for the
Steelers in 2006. He wasn't on the field, but he was on the team and
earned the first Super Bowl ring for a Wildcat Alum. Since 2006, an NU
Wildcat has been on the winning team's roster. (2006 - Trai Essex, 2007
Matt Ulrich, 2008 - Barry Cofield, 2009 - Essex, 2010 - Zach
This year Essex' Steelers are again in the big game, so I guess its another Steeler Super
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