Cats start slowly, then beat Brown 73-55, McIntosh injured.

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ROSEMONT—Northwestern is now set for the resumtion of Big Ten Play after they rallied from a seven point hole to beat the Ivy League’s Brown Bruins 73-55. The Wldcats(10-5, 1-1)started slowly, and led 42-37 at halftime. Brown(6-6)started getting long range shots from guards Brandon Anderson(26 points) and Desmond Cambridge(22)who each had a trio of three point buckets. Brown’s largest lead was 55-48 with 15:30 to play, but a steal and dunk by Scottie Lindsey started the Cats on the comeback trail. Bryant McIntosh suffered-likely a knee injury which the extent of which was not yet known. NU finshed the rest of the game on a 47-18 run. The play inside from Dererk Pardon and Gavin Skelly game NU a big boost. Pardon led the Wildcats with 18 points and 8 rebounds, Lindsey had 14. McIntosh had 13 before the injury. Vic Law, back after missing the Oklahome game, and Anthony Gaines each contributed 11.

NOTES—The Wildcats resume Big Ten Play with Nebraska Tuesday night here at Allstate Arena…..Attendance was 6006.