DEKALB, Ill. (WIFR) – The Northern Illinois Huskies’ first game is quickly approaching on September 3rd at Wyoming and when they head out west they will do so with possibly the most talented offense in the MAC.
Quarterback Drew Hare is fully recovered from a ruptured Achilles and will be back to starting and he has weapons to work with.
Wideout Kenny Golladay returns after 1,200 yards receiving last year and 10 touchdowns. Running Back Joel Bouganon is also back for his senior season after 18 touchdowns in 2015. The group is likely the most dynamic offense in the MAC and maybe one of the most prolific in the country.
“Man, the sky is the limit for us honestly. As long as we put the work in like I said no one should be able to stop our offense,” says Kenny Golladay, NIU WR.
“It is too early to compare this group to other groups when other groups have like written their book and the whole deal but certainly there is the potential to be very explosive and dynamic but we have to get there yet but certainly when you start with those individuals it’s a good starting point,” says NIU Head Coach Rod Carey.