Northwestern's Walker a stickler for details
Northwestern is known more for producing actors and writers than tailbacks and linebackers, but Randy Walker is working to change that.
Originally Published: April 8, 2005By Teddy Greenstein | Special to ESPN.com
Northwestern coach Randy Walker didn't lose his voice -- or his sanity -- during a recent spring practice. But he came close. Walker would have registered a 10 on the ballistic scale after watching his players sleepwalk through drills.
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