Upset of USC Begins Restoration of Tradition For Washington

Posted by Pete Treperinas on September-23-2009 Add Comments

The Washington Huskies' 16-13 win over USC on Saturday will likely turn out to be the most important sporting event I ever attend. 

After two era's of Husky football that produced zero winning seasons, head coach Steve Sarkisian is doing more than just shocking the world and winning games- he's bringing the spirit back to Montlake.

The Huskies last bowl game was the 2002 Holiday Bowl, and six seasons seems about the amount of time it takes to lose some fans. The amount of people leaving games at halftime last year made it seem like everyone had forgot about the glory days of Husky football. 

Last Saturday, when the USC Trojans came in after a huge road victory over Ohio State, there wasn't a whole lot of op...

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