In OT or regulation, Northwestern looks to extend streak

EVANSTON, Ill. (AP) Northwestern would gladly take a win without the overtime. But the Wildcats aren’t complaining.

They head into Saturday’s game against Purdue with a spot in the record book after becoming the first FBS program to play three consecutive overtime games and win them all. ”When you’ve been through overtime before, it makes you more comfortable in that situation,” defensive lineman Joe Graziano said.Article continues below ... The Wildcats (6-3, 4-2 Big Ten) are second in the Big Ten West after winning four in a row. But the past three games are what put them in the record book. And they lo...