By Bob Asmussen email@example.com
Nov 5, 1997
EVANSTON – In the Northwestern football media guide, players are asked questions that don't have much to do with the game.
Most give serious answers. Asked three words to describe themselves, they respond, "Intelligent," "Intuitive," "Dedicated."
Receiver Brian Musso goes a different route.
Under "Three words to describe me," Musso answers, "Short, slow, hairy."
Question Two: If you could talk with President Clinton, you would ask him to change ...
"His occupation," Musso responds.
The fifth-year senior has lived through the good and the awful at Northwestern. He has learned to laugh at himself.
When Musso arrived at Northwestern in 1993, few were laughing with the Wildcats. At them, yes. About them, definitely.
In 1992, Gary Barnett's first year as head coach, Northwestern went 3-8.
Musso redshirted in '93, meaning he didn't have to feel personally responsible for a 2-9 ...
READ FULL STORY