On a sport's run through Chicago my friend's and I were fortunate enough to be able to attend a Spring Football Coaches clinic run by the coaching staff at Northwestern University. We had a chance to visit with and learn from the coaches there in small groups, take a tour of their facility and attend the teams practice afterwards. I was able to take some photos of the field with my camera but the unfortunate part for me is that when you are invited to a teams facility during the time the team is there it's not really the time nor the place to pull out an actual camera and take pictures. So once inside the building I did my best to take some pics with my cellphone that will hopefully give you a feel for what their facility looked like at the time. I didn't take pics at the practice out of respect for the coaches because we were actually allowed to be in amongst the players and coaches as they discussed strategy. As you can see Northwestern is not really one of the Big Ten's biggest football programs so their facility is modest and on the small side. Northwestern is a private school with a great academic reputation and their football program has been pretty successful in the Big Ten since they turned things around in 1995.