Long-awaited look at a Husky football victory
The University of Washington Football Team’s 45-20 victory over Kent State on Saturday night at Husky Stadium was the platform for a coaching debut, a fresh start for the players and a welcome season opener. for fans.
It also ended a four-game losing streak that did unfathomable damage to the program, starting with one of the most pivotal games in Husky history — a 2021 home game against Oregon.
That day against the Ducks, the UW took an early lead, a head coach went mad, an offensive coordinating coach went out of work, and the players came out with a 26-16 loss to their annoying rivals. .
Last Saturday, at least for a pleasant fall evening in Seattle, new trainer Kalen DeBoer repaired much of the damage caused by the reckless actions of Husky predecessor Jimmy Lake and/or the general lack of success when running. from the program.
UW EXPERIENCES WIN AGAIN
Skylar Lin was on the sidelines to recount the Huskies’ first victory in just over 300 days.
After back-to-back losses to Oregon, Arizona State, Colorado and Washington State to close out last season, UW players were finally pictured happy and cheerful again, moving from one celebratory scene to another.
The Huskies went 303 between wins, a lifetime of football.
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Skylar Lin, the newly enrolled student at the University of Washington and a talented photographer for our Inside the Huskies site, part of the Sports Illustrated network, was there to roam the sidelines and endcourts and capture Happy huskies.
Check out its accompanying gallery.
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