Des Moines, Iowa — Northwestern visits second ranked Grand View Saturday in the quarterfinal round of the NAIA football playoffs.
Grand View defeated Dordt 38-10 in the opening round of the playoff’s last Saturday, while Northwestern beat Dickinson State 31-7. Grand View’s defense is allowing under 10 points a game, and less than 200 yards in total offense a contest, but Head Coach Joe Woodley says the Northwestern offense directed by quarterback Tyson Kooima may give them their toughest test yet.https://kiwaradio.com/files/2021/04/nwgv1.mp3 
Woodley says the Raiders offense has a lot of talent.https://kiwaradio.com/files/2021/04/nwgv2.mp3 
Woodley says at this stage of the playoffs, there is very little margin for error.https://kiwaradio.com/files/2021/04/nwgv3.mp3 
Northwestern Coach Matt McCarty says the Raiders offense has to be patient.https://kiwaradio.com/files/2021/04/nwgv4.mp3 
He says Grand View’s offense can stretch the field, but everything is set up by the running game. He says they’ll have to play good team defense.https://kiwaradio.com/files/2021/04/nwgv5.mp3 
McCarty says turnovers, and special teams will play a big role.https://kiwaradio.com/files/2021/04/nwgv6.mp3