While the opening weekend-plus of the college football season was mostly a downer for the Big Ten, things kicked off well for the conference last Saturday thanks to the Northwestern Wildcats.
In a shocker, Northwestern upset the Standford Cardinal in the early kickoff, 16-6, completely dominating every facet of the game against a ranked opponent. Just about no one saw that coming, making it all the more reason to celebrate.
And celebrate Northwestern did, particularly assistant head coach Jerry Brown, who got down in the locker room with his players following the victory.
When that Nat King Cole comes on. https://t.co/sgCw8Puy3F
— Dieter Kurtenbach (@dkurtenbach) September 5, 2015
The Wildcats have an excellent shot at starting the season 2-0 this weekend, as they host the 0-1 Eastern Illinois Panthers in Evanston tomorrow. And if they do win, I sure hope Jerry Brown showcases some more of his dance moves.
Reverend Paul Revere, aka Joe Boland, is a sports blogger out of Philadelphia whose life revolves around sports 365 and a quarter days per year. Keep up with Rev at his own personal blog, The House That Glanville Built and on Twitter.