Jeremy and Peter discuss TJ Green’s announcement that he has been granted a sixth year of eligibility and will be returning to Northwestern in 2020 (0:40), Bennett Skowronek’s transfer to Notre Dame (11:10) and who steps up in Skowronek’s place (21:00).
With the 2019 season over, Jeremy and Peter talk about the end of the Mick McCall era and new offensive coordinator Mike Bajakian (4:20), the impact of not having bowl practices (17:50) and the news that Bennett Skowronek entered the transfer portal (24:00).
Peter and Jeremy talk about Northwestern’s weird victory over UMass (0:45), retaining Evan Hull’s redshirt (12:15), what has gone wrong with the quarterback position this season (19:30) and predictions for this weekend’s game versus Minnesota (31:00).
Jeremy and Peter discuss Northwestern’s close loss to Purdue this past weekend (0:40), the impact of injuries on this season (11:20), and this weekend’s contest against one-win UMass (18:00).
Episode 1 – Meet Jeremy and Peter as they talk NU’s offensive woes, the upcoming Indiana game and more
Former All-Big Ten receiver Jeremy Ebert and Peter Warren introduce themselves and explain their goals for the show. They then discuss Northwestern’s recent loss to Iowa (2:30), what a rule give athletes the right to profit off their name, image and likeness might mean for the Wildcats (12:30), look forward to this weekend’s Indiana game … Continued
Jeremy Ebert & Peter Warren
Jeremy Ebert earned Preseason All-Big Ten honors as a Wide Receiver and was also named to the Biletnikoff award watch list during his time with Northwestern. He Became just the third player in NU history to go over 1,000 receiving yards in a season. Originally from Willard, Ohio he idolized Bernie Kosar growing up, and eventually realized his dream of playing in the NFL. After finishing his career with the Wildcats, he was drafted by the New England Patriots in 2012 and had stints with the Eagles, Jaguars, and Falcons.
Peter Warren journalism major and a junior at Northwestern University. He covers Northwestern football and athletics for The Daily Northwestern, the University’s student newspaper. While covering Wildcats sports, Warren has explored the importance of Camp Kenosha to the football team, examined the historical significance of the 1931 men’s basketball team and investigated proposed NCAA legislation on baseball and softball coaches. For The Daily, he serves as a Print Managing Editor after previously working as a Sports Editor and Web Editor. Peter has also interned with Field Level Media and the Chatham Anglers of the Cape Cod Baseball League.