Northwestern coach Chris Collins is in on a stable of guards in the 2015 recruiting class and now appears to have garnered the interest of a top big man. A source told the Sun-Times that Henry Ellenson, a 6-9 forward from Rice Lake High School in Wisconsin, is expected to attend today’s game against Nebraska
Northwestern point guard Dave Sobolewski said Thursday that he will play in Saturday’s game against Iowa. How Northwestern coach Chris Collins will re-integrate Sobolewski into the lineup remains to be seen. Sobolewski sustained a concussion in practice on Jan. 11 and has missed the Wildcats four games since. Sobolewski, a junior, has been a starter
The Northwestern basketball team in conjunction with Under Armour released new uniforms on Friday that the Wildcats will wear for their game against Illinois at home on Sunday. The game tips off at 6:30 p.m. Included on the gray uniforms are the Chicago skyline, the John Hancock Center and the answers to some 25 questions
Plainfield East guard Aaron Jordan, a member of the class of 2015, has committed to play basketball at Illinois, a source said. Jordan attended the Illini’s win over Penn State Saturday and committed shortly after the game. While the news was sure to make the day that much better for Illinois and coach John Groce,
Northwestern junior swingman JerShon Cobb said it’s his goal to play Sunday against Brown and coach Chris Collins appeared optimistic that he would have his second-leading scorer back by then when the two addressed the media prior to Wednesday’s practice. Cobb sat out Monday’s win over Mississippi Valley State after spraining his ankle in Thursday’s
Northwestern junior swingman JerShon Cobb is expected to miss tonight’s game against Mississippi Valley State with an ankle injury, a source told the Sun-Times. Cobb ranks second on the team in scoring, averaging 13.6 points per game. More importantly, coach Chris Collins relies on Cobb to handle the ball in the most critical situations of
1. NO. 18 OKLAHOMA AT NO. 6 OKLAHOMA STATE The facts: 11 a.m., Ch. 7. The records: Oklahoma 9-2, 6-2 Big 12; Oklahoma State 10-1, 7-1.
The facts: 2:30 p.m., BTN, 560-AM, 720-AM. The records: Northwestern 4-7, 0-7 Big Ten; Illinois 4-7, 1-6. The story line: Two teams with identical overall records. For one, a victory Saturday would cloak a losing season in, all things considered, a warm feeling of success. For the other, win or lose, 2013 will go down