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A first look at Northwestern

Indiana travels to Evanston to face Northwestern at noon Saturday. The game is on the Big Ten Network.

Both teams are 4-3 overall and 1-2 in the Big Ten. In conference games, the Wildcats lost to Minnesota, beat Purdue and then lost to Michigan State.

Northwestern is averaging 27 points. Quarterback Mike Kafka is second in the Big Ten with 1,755 passing yards. He leads the conference with a 67.8 completion percentage. Kafka has thrown seven touchdowns and four interceptions. He also has four rushing touchdowns.

Zeke Markshausen had 16 catches for 111 yards in last week's 24-14 loss to Michigan State. Markshausen has 50 catches for 459 yards and one touchdown. Andrew Brewer has four touchdown receptions.

Defensively, Quentin Davie has a team-high 53 tackles. He has four sacks and three forced fumbles. The Wildcats are second in the Big Ten in turnover margin (plus four). They have eight fumble recoveries and 10 interceptions.