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THE PATH TO GREATNESS STARTS HERE…
THE PATH TO GREATNESS STARTS HERE…
THE PATH TO GREATNESS STARTS HERE…
THE PATH TO GREATNESS STARTS HERE…
THE PATH TO GREATNESS STARTS HERE…
THE PATH TO GREATNESS STARTS HERE…
THE PATH TO GREATNESS STARTS HERE…
THE PATH TO GREATNESS STARTS HERE…
THE PATH TO GREATNESS STARTS HERE…
THE PATH TO GREATNESS STARTS HERE…
THE PATH TO GREATNESS STARTS HERE…
THE PATH TO GREATNESS STARTS HERE…
THE PATH TO GREATNESS STARTS HERE…
THE PATH TO GREATNESS STARTS HERE…
THE PATH TO GREATNESS STARTS HERE…
THE PATH TO GREATNESS STARTS HERE…
THE PATH TO GREATNESS STARTS HERE…
THE PATH TO GREATNESS STARTS HERE…
THE PATH TO GREATNESS STARTS HERE…
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  • 1. THE PATH TO GREATNESS<br />STARTS HERE…<br />University of Washington Football<br />
  • 2. The pride and tradition of Husky football cannot be entrusted to the timid or the weak.<br />
  • 3. Husky Football<br />2: National championships (1991, 1960)<br />14: Rose Bowl appearances<br />63: Consecutive games without a loss from<br /> 1907-17, still an NCAA Division I record<br />140: All-Americans<br />274: NFL draft picks<br />658: Wins in program history<br />“Mighty are the men who wear the purpleand the gold.”<br />
  • 4. Husky Stadium<br />“The most beautiful setting in college football.” – PetrosPapadakis, FSN<br />UW has ranked first or second in Pac-10 attendance 16 of past 20 seasons.<br />Husky Stadium seats 72,500 fans and once registered 135 decibels, louder than a jet engine at takeoff.<br />
  • 5. Head Coach Steve Sarkisian<br />EXPECT TO WIN<br />Coaching History<br />2009- Washington Head Coach<br />2005-08 USC Asst. Head Coach / Offensive Coord. / QB Coach<br />2004 Oakland Raiders (NFL) QB Coach<br />2001-03 USC Offensive Asst. / QB Coach<br />2000 El Camino College QB Coach<br />Playing History (QB)<br />1997-99 Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL)<br />1995-96 BYU<br />1993-94 El Camino College<br />
  • 6. Head Coach Steve Sarkisian<br />Coached three Heisman Trophy winners<br />Coached in five Rose Bowl Games<br />Coached five current NFL quarterbacks<br />5-1 record in BCS bowl games<br />
  • 7. Head Coach Steve Sarkisian<br />“He’s a winner. There’s no doubt in my mind he’ll be a winner wherever he goes.” – Mark Sanchez, NY Jets quarterback<br />“He’s savvy, he’s tough, he’s charismatic and he’s a real leader.” – Pete Carroll, Seahawks head coach<br />
  • 8. Coach Sark Era<br />
  • 9. Donald Butler<br />Pos: LB Ht: 6-1 Wt: 245<br />NFL: San Diego Chargers<br />Drafted: 3rd round, 79th overall (2010)<br />College: Washington<br />Prep: Del Campo HS (Sacramento, CA)<br />
  • 10. Daniel Te’o-Nesheim<br />Pos: DE Ht: 6-3 Wt: 263<br />NFL: Philadelphia Eagles<br />Drafted: 3rd round, 86th overall (2010)<br />College: Washington<br />Prep: Hawaii Prep (Kamuela, HI)<br />
  • 11. Carson Palmer<br />Pos: QB Ht: 6-5 Wt: 235<br />NFL: Cincinnati Bengals <br />Drafted: 1st round, 1st overall (2003)<br />College: USC<br />Prep: Santa Margarita HS (Rancho Santa Margarita, CA)<br />*2002 Heisman Trophy Winner*<br />
  • 12. Mark Sanchez<br />Pos: QB Ht: 6-2 Wt: 225<br />NFL: New York Jets<br />Drafted: 1st round, 5th overall (2009)<br />College: USC<br />Prep: Mission Viejo HS (Mission Viejo, CA)<br />
  • 13. Matt Leinart<br />Pos: QB Ht: 6-5 Wt: 232<br />NFL: Arizona Cardinals<br />Drafted: 1st round, 10th overall (2006)<br />College: USC<br />Prep: Mater Dei HS (Santa Ana, CA)<br />*2004 Heisman Trophy Winner*<br />
  • 14. John David Booty<br />Pos: QB Ht: 6-3 Wt: 213<br />NFL: Minnesota Vikings<br />Drafted: 5th round, 137th overall (2008)<br />College: USC<br />Prep: Evangel Christian Academy (Shreveport, LA)<br />
  • 15. Matt Cassel<br />Pos: QB Ht: 6-4 Wt: 230<br />NFL: New England Patriots<br />Drafted: 7th round, 230th overall (2005)<br />College: USC<br />Prep: Chatsworth HS (Northridge, CA)<br />
  • 16. Coaching NFL Talent<br />
  • 17. Kerry Collins<br />Pos: QB Ht: 6-5 Wt: 248<br />NFL: Carolina Panthers (1995-98), New Orleans Saints (1998), New York Giants (1999-2003), Oakland Raiders (2004-05), Tennessee Titans (2006-present)<br />Drafted: 1st round, 5th overall (1995)<br />College: Penn State<br />Prep: Wilson HS (West Lawn, PA)<br />Career: Ranks 12th all-time with 38,618 passing yards and 192 TDs compiled during 15 NFL seasons. Two-time Pro Bowler led N.Y. Giants to Super Bowl in 2000.<br />
  • 18. Rich Gannon<br />Pos: QB Ht: 6-3 Wt: 210<br />NFL: New England Patriots (1987), Minnesota Vikings (1987-92), Washington Redskins (1993), Kansas City Chiefs (1995-98), Oakland Raiders (1999-2004)<br />Drafted: 4th round, 98th overall (1987)<br />College: Delaware<br />Prep: St. Joseph’s Prep (Philadelphia, PA)<br />Career: Four-time Pro Bowler and two-time All-Pro passed for 28,743 yards and 180 TDs in 17 NFL seasons; named NFL MVP in 2002, leading Oakland to the Super Bowl.<br />
  • 19. Marques Tuiasosopo<br />Pos: QB Ht: 6-1 Wt: 220<br />NFL: Oakland Raiders (2001-06, ‘08), New York Jets (2007)<br />Drafted: 2nd round, 59th overall (2001)<br />College: Washington<br />Prep: Woodinville HS (Woodinville, WA)<br />Career: Former Rose Bowl MVP was fourth QB selected in 2001 NFL Draft; passed for 554 yards and two TDs in mostly backup duty during six NFL seasons.<br />

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