THE PATH TO GREATNESS STARTS HERE… University of Washington Football
The pride and tradition of Husky football cannot be entrusted to the timid or the weak.
Husky Football 2: National championships (1991, 1960) 14: Rose Bowl appearances 63: Consecutive games without a loss from 1907-17, still an NCAA Division I record 140: All-Americans 274: NFL draft picks 658: Wins in program history “Mighty are the men who wear the purpleand the gold.”
Husky Stadium “The most beautiful setting in college football.” – PetrosPapadakis, FSN UW has ranked first or second in Pac-10 attendance 16 of past 20 seasons. Husky Stadium seats 72,500 fans and once registered 135 decibels, louder than a jet engine at takeoff.
Head Coach Steve Sarkisian EXPECT TO WIN Coaching History 2009- Washington Head Coach 2005-08 USC Asst. Head Coach / Offensive Coord. / QB Coach 2004 Oakland Raiders (NFL) QB Coach 2001-03 USC Offensive Asst. / QB Coach 2000 El Camino College QB Coach Playing History (QB) 1997-99 Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL) 1995-96 BYU 1993-94 El Camino College
Head Coach Steve Sarkisian Coached three Heisman Trophy winners Coached in five Rose Bowl Games Coached five current NFL quarterbacks 5-1 record in BCS bowl games
Head Coach Steve Sarkisian “He’s a winner. There’s no doubt in my mind he’ll be a winner wherever he goes.” – Mark Sanchez, NY Jets quarterback “He’s savvy, he’s tough, he’s charismatic and he’s a real leader.” – Pete Carroll, Seahawks head coach
Kerry Collins Pos: QB Ht: 6-5 Wt: 248 NFL: Carolina Panthers (1995-98), New Orleans Saints (1998), New York Giants (1999-2003), Oakland Raiders (2004-05), Tennessee Titans (2006-present) Drafted: 1st round, 5th overall (1995) College: Penn State Prep: Wilson HS (West Lawn, PA) 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.
Rich Gannon Pos: QB Ht: 6-3 Wt: 210 NFL: New England Patriots (1987), Minnesota Vikings (1987-92), Washington Redskins (1993), Kansas City Chiefs (1995-98), Oakland Raiders (1999-2004) Drafted: 4th round, 98th overall (1987) College: Delaware Prep: St. Joseph’s Prep (Philadelphia, PA) 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.
Marques Tuiasosopo Pos: QB Ht: 6-1 Wt: 220 NFL: Oakland Raiders (2001-06, ‘08), New York Jets (2007) Drafted: 2nd round, 59th overall (2001) College: Washington Prep: Woodinville HS (Woodinville, WA) 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.