Found December 04, 2012 on The Sports Bank:
The beauty of history is that it tells us where we’ve been in order to figure out where we’re going. Let’s look back at where NU has been in the postseason. Well, it started nice…in 1949. But much more than a half-century later, the holidays haven’t exactly been very happy for the Wildcats. They are 1-9 overall in the postseason Years denote the season, not date of game. 1948 Rose, California 20-14 W This happened decades before I was born, so I won’t expound on it much. But it looks nice on paper: the ‘Cats one postseason victory in the entire history of the program. 1995 Rose, USC 32-41 L It really is a shame that Pat Fitzgerald didn’t get to play in this game. The only two-time national defensive player of the year in college football history might have made a difference. Keyshawn Johnson had 216 yards receiving for the Trojans. This team came out of absolutely nowhere to be bigger in ’95 than the sitcom Friends and/or the band Hootie and the Blowfish combined. (I just couldn’...
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