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Tyler Wedel
Northern Illinois University punter and Ray Guy Award semifinalist Tyler Wedel earned Mid-American Conference West Division Special Teams Player of the Week accolades following his performance in the Huskies’ 21-14 win at Ohio, the league announced Monday. On a cold and windy night in Athens, Wedel punted six times for a 42.8-yard average and forced...
Northern Illinois University punter Tyler Wedel (McFarland, Wis./McFarland) has been named one of 10 semifinalists for the 2014 Ray Guy Award, the Augusta Sports Council and Ray Guy Award Committee announced Friday. “Tyler is playing like a senior,” said NIU head coach Rod Carey. “We asked him to do a lot early and he did,...
Cameron Stingily
OK, so that was a crazy fourth quarter. NIU’s football team went up by 14, thanks to scores from the offense and the defense, but saw that lead evaporate for the second time in the game. After what appeared to be a Cameron Stingily touchdown was called back for a holding penalty, it was time...
Joel Bouagnon
ESPN 3 Coverage: Watch Replay YPSILANTI, Mich. — The Northern Illinois University Huskies (6-2) came back from a fourth quarter deficit against the Eastern Michigan University Eagles in manufacturing a 28-17 win at “the Factory” and becoming bowl-eligible for the seventh straight season. The Huskies amassed 386 yards on offense, including a 168 yard rushing...
Sophomore quarterback Drew Hare (O’Fallon, Mo./Fort Zumwalt West) gained 180 yards on 17 carries with two touchdowns and threw for 185 yards on 12-of-16 passing with a touchdown Saturday as NIU earned a 51-41 victory over Miami (Ohio) at Huskie Stadium. The Huskies (5-2, 2-1 MAC) gained 658 yards of total offense and did not...
Juwan Brescacin
Behind Thomas Rawls’ 270 rushing yards and two touchdowns, Central Michigan knocked off the NIU football team 34-17 Saturday at Huskie Stadium in a Mid-American Conference West Division match-up. The win by CMU (4-3, 2-1 MAC) snaps the Huskies’ (4-2, 1-1 MAC) 28-game winning streak at Huskie Stadium, while also ending NIU’s 24-game regular season...
Jordan Huff
On its final possession of the contest, a 56-yard field goal came up short for Kent State as NIU claimed a 17-14 victory over the Golden Flashes in the Mid-American Conference opener on Saturday at Huskie Stadium. The win extends NIU’s Huskie Stadium winning streak to 28 games and its regular season MAC winning streak...
Joel Bouagnon
The Arkansas Razorbacks were too much for the Northern Illinois University Huskies to handle Saturday night in Fayetteville, Ark. as NIU fell to 3-1 on the season after dropping a 52-14 decision at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium. Arkansas’ special teams and defense accounted for its first two touchdowns, and while the Huskie defense played...
Tyler Wedel
Northern Illinois University quarterback Drew Hare (O’Fallon, Mo./Fort Zumwalt West HS) and kicker Tyler Wedel (McFarland, Wis./McFarland HS) are the latest Huskies to earn Mid-American Conference Player of the Week honors as the league announced its Week 3 award winners Monday. Hare was named the Co-MAC West Offensive Player of the Week while Wedel was...
Aregeros Turner
Northern Illinois University jumped out to a 21-5 halftime lead and survived a furious comeback to pull out a 48-34 win Saturday over the Rebels at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas. Da’Ron Brown hauled in a 54-yard pass from Drew Hare with 8:55 left in the game to put the Huskies back in control after...
Joel Bouagnon
Sophomore Joel Bouagnon (Aurora, Ill./Aurora Christian) scored four touchdowns Thursday night as NIU opened the season with a 55-3 victory over Presbyterian College at Huskie Stadium. NIU racked up 635 yards of total offense, 424 coming on the ground, as it extended its Huskie Stadium winning streak to a nation-leading 27 games. The Huskies ran...
Tyler Wedel
The Northern Illinois University Huskies took the field at Huskie Stadium for a pair of practices Saturday to close out the first full week of 2014 preseason camp. NIU practiced in full pads Saturday morning for a little over two hours, then returned to the Brigham Field in shorts and shoulder pads for an evening...
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