Sutton Still Hopes to Storm the Alamo

Wildcats Star running back goes one-on-one with Daryl Hawks

The Northwestern Wildcats could get a big boost to their Alamo Bowl hopes if senior star running back Tyrell Sutton can play December 29th against Missouri.

Sutton, who broke his wrist October 25th against Indiana, is now listed as "probable" for the San Antonio bowl game after having three pins removed last Thursday.  The former Big Ten freshman of the year was averaging 5.0 yards a carry before his injury and would likely help rejuvenate a Wildcat rushing attack that has struggled without him.

NBC Chicago's Daryl Hawks caught up with Sutton after practice Wednesday.

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