Let's get this stuff back up and running! I'll kick it off. After my big win over Stanford in week 1, the Wildcat fan base is buzzing. The expectations of the fan base have gone through the roof for what seemed like a 5-7 team on paper to now potentially be a 7 or 8 win team. I've got the ball rolling now and there's a long way to go in the season. Hopefully I can keep that momentum going. The big win vs Stanford has already impacted our recruiting efforts as some nice recruits have moved Northwestern up their boards. The biggest news was the signing of a CB in week 2. The defense was again the key to the game against Stanford. That unit overcame 3 turnovers by the offense and found a way to play together to hold Stanford to only 17 points. They'll be the key to our success all season long. Topics for discussion: jello1717 - The buildup to the game against Wisconsin was huge. In the media, you didn't give your team much of a chance. Obviously that wasn't the case behind closed doors. What was the deciding factors in your keys to victory that enabled you to take down the Badgers on the road? dakota7 - You set the bar pretty high for your Badgers in the preseason preview. What does this early season loss to ASU do to those expectations? What's the mood like up there in Camp Randall right now? Nautica - You're finally getting your shot at the Huskies. You and coach Randy have quite the history in the public forums. Do you plan to let out the aggression on the Huskies when you two square off? Any thing in particular you're going to say to the Huskies HC before the game? Randiesel75 - Many of the college football analysts have overlooked your huskies this preseason. However, a small few in the know seem to think your squad is ready to rumble this season. How do you see your team, and what kind of attitude do you bring into the game vs your cross country rival Nautica?