Clayton Thorson

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Northwestern’s offense struggled throughout 2015. It’s first game of 2016 wasn’t any different.

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Despite forcing five Wisconsin turnovers and holding the Badgers to a negative rushing total, it looked like Northwestern was going to lose. It looked that way a couple times, actually.

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Northwestern turned the ball over three times on Saturday, but its defense bailed it out.

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Northwestern expects to have its starting quarterback back in action this weekend against Purdue.

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EVANSTON — It was the game that got away. But then the Cats got it back.

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