Where, when: Abel Stadium, Lincoln, Neb., Oct. 5, 7:00 pm,
Player to watch: NWU junior DL Phil Latimer had 2.5 quarterback sacks and 3.5 tackles for loss last week as the Prairie Wolves limited Northwestern to 43 rush yards and recorded 6.0 sacks as a team.
Outlook: Long time rivals Nebraska Wesleyan and Doane will meet for the 99th time in football Saturday night in Lincoln. Doane is one of three teams in the GPAC without a conference loss and has outscored their last two opponents 104-7. NWU has won two straight, including last Saturday's upset over #17 Northwestern College in Orange City. Look for the team to establish the run game to come out on top. Doane has rushed for over 300 yards in each of the past two games, while NWU has held each of their last two opponents under 100 yards on the ground. NWU RB Dustin Bryant has topped 100 yards in three of four games but will face a Doane rush defense ranked 7th in the NAIA.