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nce-deceased coach Randy Walker in the 2001 season. Coach Walker was looking down on us today, Fitzgerald said.Northwestern: Aft Antworten

EVANSTON, Ill. -- Indiana and Northwestern have the look of two Big Ten teams passing in midseason.Quarterback Clayton Thorson threw for 285 yards and three touchdowns on Saturday, and the resurgent Wildcats bolted to an early lead then coasted past the Hoosiers 24-14 for their third straight victory.In a reversal of its 1/3 start to the season, Northwestern (4-3, 3-1) took a 24-3 lead and wasnt seriously threatened the rest of the way.Without a doubt, (the difference) is the way weve prepared, Wildcats coach Pat Fitzgerald said in a hoarse voice that confirmed his more vocal leadership of late. We really had to change gears with the way we practiced and worked out, a spring-ball type mentality.Meanwhile, Indiana (3-4, 1-3) dropped its third consecutive game after three victories in the first four starts.To get out of this deal, weve got to batten down the hatches, circle the wagons and get better, coach Kevin Wilson said. Five games left. We need to notch some victories.Thorson became the first Northwestern signal-caller since at least 2000 to throw three or more touchdown passes in three consecutive games. He completed 24 passes in 43 attempts and did not throw an interception.Running back Justin Jackson led the Northwestern ground attack with 106 yards in 28 carries.Everything worked for us in the first half, said Thorson, who left the game briefly because of an unspecified upper-body injury midway through the final period. We ran for a bunch of yards. We passed for a bunch of yards. We were really balanced.The Wildcats took the opening kickoff and drove 70 yards for a touchdown, as the Hoosiers had no answer for their no-huddle offense. Thorson connected with Solomon Vault on a 17-yard pass to complete the 11-play drive.After Indiana was unable to move the ball on its next possession, Northwestern needed only five plays to score again.Thorson completed three straight passes for first downs, the last to Austin Carr for a 34-yard touchdown. It marked the sixth straight game in which Carr scored on a pass reception.Griffin Oakes cut the deficit to 14-3 on a 21-yard field five minutes later, but the Wildcats responded immediately.On the first play of the second period, Thorson hooked up with Macan Wilson on a 32-yard strike to climax a nine-play, 79-yard drive.We were a little flat-footed early . but they got a handle on it, got a good bead on it, said Wilson, whose team didnt allow a point in the second half. Thats a credit to not just the coaches but the kids. Because they settled down, and they needed to.Nick Westbrook scored Indianas lone touchdown on a 3-yard run late in the third period.Forced to throw often in the second half, Hoosiers quarterback Richard Lagow completed 35 of 59 attempts for 319 yards. He was intercepted twice.Westbrook paced the receivers with 10 receptions for 126 yards.TAKEAWAYIndiana: While the defense continues to hold its own, there has been little evidence of the high-powered attack that Wilson was expected to bring with him from Oklahoma five years ago. The offense scored just five touchdowns and 51 points in the last three games. Same story -- cant run it and cant score points. So, poorly-coached, Wilson said.... Fitzgerald and White served as Northwestern assistants under since-deceased coach Randy Walker in the 2001 season. Coach Walker was looking down on us today, Fitzgerald said.Northwestern: After a slow start, Jackson has busted out in a big way with 465 yards rushing in the last three games. Jackson totaled 359 yards on 60 carries in victories at Iowa and Michigan the last two previous weeks. ... Carr caught seven balls for 125 yards. He was the Big Ten leader in and receptions (43), yards (595) and TDs (eight) at the start of the day. ... The six-pointer was the first for Wilson in his career.UP NEXTIndiana hosts Maryland at Memorial Stadium on Saturday.Northwestern faces a stiff test against Ohio Stadium on Saturday, when they meet second-ranked Ohio State in Columbus. Air Force 1 Cheap . 10 VCU 85-67 on Thursday night at the Puerto Rico Tip-Off. The Seminoles (4-0) have scored at least 80 points in each of their games. Wholesale Air Force 1 Shoes . Manuel was offered a position the day he was fired. He accepted earlier this week and the team made the announcement Friday. . The Americans, skipped by John Shuster, seized the advantage in the eighth end by scoring five points for a 7-3 lead. The Czechs pulled two back in the ninth, but Shusters team of third Jeff Isaacson, second Jared Zezel and lead John Landsteiner ended with another point to secure the last Olympic berth on offer. Cheap Nike Air Force 1 Wholesale . -- Damian Lillard and LaMarcus Alrdridge were again the go-to duo for the Trail Blazers against the Kings. Buy Nike Air Force 1 Wholesale . MLS Commissioner Don Garber and Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez also will attend the session, which was announced Monday. The league has discussed placing its next two expansion teams in Miami and Atlanta. TORONTO -- Even in defeat, there is something dignified, maybe even inspiring, about Team Europe.For much of Game 1 of this World Cup of Hockey best-of-three finals Tuesday night, there was a sense not of anticipation but of boredom -- not just from the fans at the Air Canada Centre but from host Team Canada as well.This, after all, is the World Cup of Hockey finals few predicted and even fewer, it appears, wanted.Everyone in attendance, except maybe those few folks in the upper concourse with Team Europe jerseys, knew in advance not just the outcome of the game but also the manner in which Canada would win. That manner would be in the form of a shellacking.It has been the backstory since Team Europe defeated favored Sweden in overtime Sunday afternoon in semifinal action.How could they beat Canada? Simple answer: They couldnt.How could they avoid being embarrassed? Simple answer: They couldnt.In spite of all that, it appeared Team Europe was interested in something else entirely, and that single-mindedness gave us a strangely compelling and wholly unexpected 3-1 victory by Canada.Even after giving up a goal by Brad Marchand on Canadas first shot of the game, Team Europe did something no other team has done in this tournament. They played their game -- not Canadas.Even when they fell behind 2-0 on Steven Stamkos first goal of the tournament after a grisly turnover by Team Europe defenseman Zdeno Chara, Team Europe pushed the pace.They played smart. They were patient. They forechecked with great diligence. For the first time in the tournament, Canada had to rely on goalie Carey Price to keep things under control.At the end of the second period, it was 2-1 after Tomas Tatar scored his third goal in two games for Team Europe.It was finally around the midway point of the third period, after a particularly impressive sequence for Team Europe, that the slumbering crowd, seemingly oxygen-deprived for the previous two-and-a-half periods, noticed that the outcome wasnt all that assured and the expected crushing of Team Europe wasnt going to happen according to plan and actually made their presence felt.Patrice Bergeron scored an insurance marker, and Canada won Game 1, as they were expected to, even if many Canadian players expressed disappointment at their play.We didnt play our best -- thats for sure, Canadian defenseman Drew Doughty?said. They played well, though. We kind of had spurts where we really let them outplay us.Head coach Mike Babcock agreed.I thought they were betterr than us for long stretches of the game, the routinely blunt Canadian said.ddddddddddddJust as I wasnt sure whether this would it be an embarrassing rout, sucking the last of the air out of the event, I likewise werent sure just how Team Europe would respond to Game 1. What was impressive was it seemed to be equal parts defiance and excitement.I think it gives us a lot of optimism, Team Europe defenseman Mark Streit?said. Before the game, we didnt really know how were going to start, what kind of game its going to be.The mindset is not that you want to have a close game, he added. The mindset is you want to win the game. You know we dont really care what people think or fans think. We know what we can do. We know what kind of potential we have on our team.If it seems like the latter half of this tournament has been a total love-in for Team Europe head coach Ralph Krueger, well, get over it. From the opening shift, Europe showed they werent the least bit afraid of Canada, driving the net and drawing a penalty.Krueger insisted there are lots of good things that can be taken out of Tuesdays game. But make no mistake: His players are ticked off.Were very angry right now, which is a good thing, but we also are confident with what we felt today, Krueger said. Im sure were going to come out fighting very strong in Game 2.As he pointed out, in a best-of-three series, it doesnt matter?what order you win your two games.Frans Nielsen said no one in the Team Europe locker room feels that they are done.Third [goal] was tough. Because we were right there, and we played well, said Nielsen, one of the teams best forwards in the tournament. But same time, this for sure gives the group a lot of confidence, and I think we have a feeling in there that this is far from over. We know we can go out there and take a game, take the next one and make this a one-game series.OK, so heres the thing. Canada will likely win Game 2 on Thursday and take home that weird trophy that was trotted out on the ice before Tuesdays game. They should. Theyre the better team, even if they might have played their poorest game of the tournament Tuesday. Maybe on Thursday theyll win by four or five.But until that happens, Team Europe deserves more than theyve been given here. They deserve our attention and our respect.At the very least, Im pretty sure theyve gotten that from Team Canada. 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