This comprehensive history of the University of Washington football program focuses on the major eras in Husky football history, featuring the best teams, the greatest games, the biggest comebacks, and the most exciting and unexpected moments such as when Washington forged its first national championship by defeating Minnesota in the 1961 Rose Bowl. Paying homage to iconic coaches, including Gil Dobie, Jim Phelan, Jim Owens, and Don James, this keepsake also details the greatest players and fan favorites in Husky history, including NFL Hall of Fame running back Hugh McElhenny and quarterback Warren Moon, and Super Bowl winners and NFL Pro Bowlers Corey Dillon and Lawyer Milloy. The book concludes with game day events, the many pregame activities that every Husky should experience, and a qHusky Timeline, q making it a well-rounded and must-read for fans both old and new.During the week leading up to the California game, shocking news was reported from both the Seattle PostIn telligencer ... Bill Horsley introdu _~a#39; aquot; aquot;aquot; a#39; a#39;6 a#39;aquot; letter, Dobie indicated that he was a mental wreck and tired of coaching and of football.
|Author||:||W. Thomas Porter|
|Publisher||:||Triumph Books (IL) - 2013-09-01|