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  • Northwestern's last bowl game was the 1949 Rose Bowl.
  • The Wildcats sought their first postseason win since the 1949 Rose Bowl.
  • With the victory, Northwestern clinched a berth in the 1949 Rose Bowl.
  • The Wildcats went 64 years without winning a bowl game after the 1949 Rose Bowl.
  • The last time the Wildcats were in a bowl, they defeated California in the 1949 Rose Bowl.
  • Despite winning the Big Nine championship, Michigan was ineligible to represent the conference in the 1949 Rose Bowl.
  • Because Michigan had played in the 1949 Rose Bowl, Ohio State won the conference's bid to play in the 1950 Rose Bowl.
  • In the 1949 Rose Bowl, Northwestern faced an undefeated 1948 California Golden Bears football team that was ranked No . 4 in the final AP Poll.
  • In the first conference game of the season, Northwestern, the 1949 Rose Bowl champion, defeated Purdue, 20-6, before a crowd of 48, 000 at Dyche Stadium in Evanston, Illinois.
  • A native of East Chicago, Ind ., Wietecha played on the Northwestern team that defeated California in the 1949 Rose Bowl, and he joined the Giants after playing football in the Marine Corps and minor league baseball in the Washington Senators organization.
  • Meanwhile, Aschenbrenner became a star at Northwestern and played in the 1949 Rose Bowl, where he was named the outstanding player in the game, running for 119 yards, which included a 73-yard dash for a touchdown to open the scoring.
  • Until 2013, the Wildcats had been to nine bowl games since 1995  1996 Rose Bowl, 1997 Citrus Bowl, 2000 Alamo Bowl, 2003 Motor City Bowl, 2005 Sun Bowl, 2008 Alamo Bowl, the 2010 Outback Bowl, the 2011 TicketCity Bowl and 2011 Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas but had not won a postseason contest since the 1949 Rose Bowl until the 2013 Gator Bowl.