They have been waiting nearly five decades for this game. Old Blues and Young Blues, ex-coaches and former players, they have been waiting since 1958 to win a game with the Rose Bowl on the line -- to win this game, this afternoon, at USC. Now that it's here, all their hopes and dreams rest on the shoulders of a 20-year-old in his first season as the Bears' starting quarterback. Nobody understands what Nate Longshore will be thinking and feeling better than the last Cal quarterback to take a team into Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum with a trip to the Rose Bowl in the balance. ``There is going to be a ton of pressure on Nate,'' Aaron Rodgers said by telephone Friday from Green Bay, Wis. ``It's been 48 years, and the only reason I know that is because that's all people talked about. It's all we talked about. The fans, the students, the student paper, all the newspapers, everybody -- they all talked about the Rose Bowl.''
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