Northwestern 45, UMass 6 (Final)

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    NORTHWESTERN 45, UMASS 6
    The Wildcats got down 3-0 in the first quarter against the Minutemen, and I briefly thought we were on our way to an embarrassing loss. Alas, Pat Fitzgerald got things turned around rather quickly and cruised to an easy home win.

    Northwestern threw the ball just 13 times in this one, and two of Aidan Smith's attempts ended in turnovers. The rushing game was a different story as the Wildcats pounded UMass over and over to the tune of 334 yards and five touchdowns on an absurd 52 attempts. True freshman tailback Evan Hull had just 15 yards on the season before this game. He exploded for 220 yards and four touchdowns on Saturday.

    The Minutemen put up 310 yards of total offense with 227 of those yards coming through the air. An 85-yard touchdown return off of a blocked field goal also helped Northwestern to put an end to the seven-game losing streak.
     

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