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Washington Huskies Fleece: Squares

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Washington Huskies Fleece: Squares

  
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Width: 60 inches
Content: 100% Polyester
Background: Tan/Royal
Price: $10.98
 
 
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The University of Washington is one of the traditional football powers in the NCAA. Over the years, the football program has accumulated an enviable history of success including national championships in 1960 and 1991 and eight Rose Bowl victories.

 

One of the football programs greatest achievements is 63 game unbeaten streak that started in 1907 and ended in 1917. The Huskies of these years were coached by Gil Dobie, who compiled a record of 58-0-3 during his time at the University.

Over the years, the Huskies have enjoyed a number of remarkable seasons; among these are the two national championship seasons of 1960 and 1991. The 1960 season saw the the Huskies drop an early game to Navy. Afterwards they rolled of eight straight victories including a 17-7 defeat of #1 ranked Minnesota. An interesting point about this season is that the two major polls (AP and UPI) voted Minnesota as national champions because their polls were conducted before the bowl games. The Helms Foundation awarded their national championship to the Huskies after the victory over Minnesota.

In 1991, the Huskies went undefeated during the regular season and won the Rose Bowl in dominating fashion over Michigan 34-14. The game was a clash of award winners: Michigan had Heisman Trophy winner Desmond Howard, while Washington had Lombardi and Outland Trophy winner Steve Emtman. The Huskies finished the season 12-0, their last undefeated season to date.

The coach of the last Huskies national championship team was Don James. During his tenure, Washington compiled a 153-57-2 record including six conference championships and 15 bowl appearances. The Huskies also won 22 consecutive games between 1990 and 1992 while he was coach. In 1997 he was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame.

The Washington Huskies have a long standing in-state football rivalry with Washington State that has been played since 1900. The Apple Cup - as the annual game is known - has been played over 100 times, with Washington leading the series 64-30-6.

Doak Walker Award (Most outstanding running back)

  • Greg Lewis - 1990

Lombardi Award (Most outstanding lineman - defensive or offensive - or linebacker)

  • Steve Emtman - 1991

Morris Trophy - Offense (Awarded to the top offensive lineman in the Pacific Ten Conference)

  • Bern Brostek - 1989

  • Lincoln Kennedy - 1991, 1992

  • Bob Sapp - 1996

  • Olin Kreutz - 1997

  • Chad Ward - 2000

Morris Trophy - Defense (Awarded to the top defensive lineman in the Pacific Ten Conference)

  • Fletcher Jenkins - 1981

  • Ron Holmes - 1984

  • Reggie Rogers - 1986

  • Steve Emtman - 1990, 1991

  • D'Marco Farr - 1993

Outland Trophy (Most outstanding interior lineman - offense or defense)

  • Steve Emtman - 1991

The University of Washington is also for its men's and women's rowing programs. The rowing team has won 12 national titles in men's rowing while the women's rowing teams have won 11. The men's crew gained international attention by winning the gold medal at the 1936 Olympics held in Berlin. They added to their legend by defeating the world champion Leningrad Trud squad in 1958 in Moscow.

The design of the Washington Huskies Fleece: Squares consists of the University's logos and football helmets over a royal and tan squared background.

The Washington Huskies Fleece: Squares is not suitable for childrens' sleepwear. All patterns have been licensed by the University of Washington and are for individual consumption only. Any other use of the Washington Huskies Fleece: Squares is prohibited and illegal.