Malin Jones

Northwestern Wildcats #20 - Running Back

  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 205

Louisville football: Upside, upside, upside

Bobby Petrino's offense seemed to click late in his second year at Louisville, and he's got some dynamic talent and experience heading into year three. Can his aggressive, exciting Cardinals live...

Card Chronicle Football Roundtable Part 1


Card Chronicle's three main football contributors Mark Ennis, Mike Rutherford, and Keith Wynne sat down to preview the season as a whole. Later this week we'll do another that focuses solely on the...

2015 Position Previews: Running Back


Brandon Radcliff leads a deep, if unproven group of running backs into 2015.

Spring Game Wrap Up


Reggie Bonnafon showed he's the man to beat in the battle to be Louisville's starting quarterback as his "Red Team" won tonight's spring football game 59-0.

Spring Football Preview: Running Backs


Despite losing two of the team's top three rushers from 2014, running back should remain a team strength for Louisville in 2015.

Plays of the Week: Identity Crisis

Ways that Trevor Siemian does and does not limit Nortwestern's offense

Northwestern will be fun again

We don't yet know whether 2012 was a breakthrough, a peak, or neither for Northwestern. But we do know that the Wildcats were fun to watch and should be again in 2013.

B1G 2013 // OTE's Northwestern Potluck


A fine dining feast featuring high expectations for the Wildcats, talk about defense (or lack thereof), a shout out to the dual QB system, and talk about Northwestern being, well, Northwestern.

B1G 2013 // Northwestern Cocktail Party Preview


Tipping back drinks with your boss? Odds/stereotypes are he's a Northwestern fan. Learn how to sound smart about the Wildcats with the Cocktail Party Preview

Notes on NU spring football


We watched Northwestern's spring football practice, and took notes, mainly on the hot dog race.

The Best of the Best Running Backs in the B1G


Follow along as Off Tackle Empire ranks the Top 5 Running Backs in the conference going into the 2013 season.

We Don't Need a 1,000 Yard Rusher


A lack of standout individual performances is a bad reason to worry about the Northwestern run game.