We’re five weeks into the 2019 college football season and Northwestern has played four games.

The Wildcats are 1-3 overall in those four games. Why is that?

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Part of it has to do with injuries. Northwestern has not been able to stay healthy this season, starting with Week 1 when quarterback TJ Green suffered a season-ending foot injury.

On Thursday night, the Wildcats released its depth chart ahead of the Week 6 matchup at Nebraska. Kickoff for the game is scheduled for 4 p.m. ET and the game will be televised on FOX.

Along with the depth chart, came an injury report:

Starting running back Isaiah Bowser is listed as questionable, as it starting left tackle Rashawn Slater. If the two miss the game against the Huskers, the offense may take a bit of a hit.

That said, when redshirt freshman running back Drake Anderson had to carry the load for Northwestern earlier this season against UNLV, the Wildcats got their lone win of the season and Anderson rushed for 141 yards and a touchdown.