It was just a typical night. After coming home from a long day of class and work I usually wind down from the day by playing a little guitar, maybe some FIFA on the Xbox. The week before Thanksgiving night happened to be one of those FIFA nights. I settled down on the couch with my roommate Korey Durkee, who happens to be the punter for the University of Washington football team, and I decided to dig deeper into his past and his time as a Husky.
The Washington football team (5-6 overall, 3-5 in the Pac-12) takes on Washington State (8-3, 6-2) in the Apple Cup, proudly presented by Boeing. The Dawgs and Cougs will be squaring off for the 108th time Friday afternoon at 12:30 p.m.
CORVALLIS, Ore. – When a team is tested, how will the players in a program respond?
As Chris Petersen and his coaching staff build the program at Washington, there is a very specific way to answer that question. When the Huskies are tested, they are expected to respond. They are challenged to be resilient.