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Morning Links: Northwestern, Northwest Basketball & Penn State

I usually try to post interesting links I come across right away in the form of those blue boxes on the site, but over the last two days there were enough links that the whole front page would've...

Last year, a lot of [Northwestern's] offense was focused around Amy [Jaeschke]. We don't have that...

Last year, a lot of [Northwestern's] offense was focused around Amy [Jaeschke]. We don't have that anymore. This opens up more opportunities for people to step up. We'll run a lot more. I think we'll be a quicker team, which will be different, I think harder to guard. Almost our whole team can shoot. They're going to have to respect that, but we also have post players who aren't afraid to go up hard inside. I feel like last year we were oriented towards getting the ball to the paint, but now we'll keep teams guessing. Will we shooting the three or getting it inside? That'll be different for us this year.

From Women's basketball: An interview with Allison Mocchi via SBN's Sippin' On Purple. Herman has a pretty nice interview with Northwestern senior guard Allison Mocchi about life after Jaeschke. Her comments on college athletes being paid are also interesting - I wonder how many other athletes feel that way, particularly in non-revenue sports.

...this should be a pretty exciting season for [Northwestern] women’s basketball, which is coming...

...this should be a pretty exciting season for [Northwestern] women’s basketball, which is coming off two straight WNIT berths, and I’m not just saying that to entice you to read on. While we lose one of the best players in NU history in All-American Amy Jaeschke, along with four-year starting PG Beth Marshall, we’ve got five hyped newcomers — three highly touted freshmen, including a McDonald’s high school All-American, and two solid transfers — all of whom could make immediate impacts, as we search for our first NCAA tournament berth since 1997. NU, which finished 19-14 last year, 6-10 in the Big Ten, with a second-round exit in the WNIT, will have some really good depth that it hasn’t seen for years.

From Women's basketball: First look via SB Nation's Northwestern site Sippin' On Purple. Herman is looking to fill the void of women's basketball coverage for Northwestern this season and starts with a position-by-position breakdown of the team, including a look at the chances of the granddaughter of legendary UNLV coach Jerry Tarkanian earning a starting spot.
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