2014 Washington Huskies Football Road Schedule
The Pac-12 Conference is one of the best conferences in all of college
football, making for a steady string of big-time challenges as the Huskies look to make it happen from one season to the next.
Even with the intense competition, however, the Huskies have the talent to matchup with any other program in the conference
and are never lacking in explosive playmakers. Add it all up and each season of Huskies football has plenty of fanfare for
a reason, and this year is no different as they look to take the next following another winning season in 2013 and make some
major noise in the PAC-12.
Home games at Husky Stadium are obviously going to be all the rage all season long, as Washington
has a great venue that is packed with passion and energy on a regular basis. But the season also has a lot more to offer than
just the biggest home games of the season, as the road games will also have plenty of Huskies' colors wherever Washington
shows up this season. Some of the biggest road matchups of the season will be a trip to Honolulu to take on the Warriors of
Hawaii to start the season, a trip to Berkeley to take on the Cal Golden Bears on Oct. 11, a game in Oregon against the Ducks
and a huge Nov. 29 matchup against in-state rivals Washington State to close out the regular season. With so many great options
on the schedule, this is the perfect season to get on the band wagon as the Huskies look to move up the standings in the SEC.
Washington Huskies Football Team Info
Over the many decades since the program was first founded, the Washington
Huskies have won multiple national championships, among other accolades. The Washington Huskies have also earned invites to
many top bowl games like the Rose Bowl, Holiday Bowl, Sun Bowl and others. As part of the North Division of the Pac-12 along
with Oregon, Oregon State, Washington State, California and Stanford, there is plenty of major competition both at home and
on the road throughout the season. The Huskies also tend to develop players who head on to play on the next level as well,
making Huskies' games an easy way to see some of the stars of both today and tomorrow.
NCAA Football Experience
of the best spectator sports is always college football, a heart-pounding sport that you have to experience first-hand to
truly appreciate. Though the high-def era has made it easy to keep up with your favorite teams from home, seeing them live
with thousands of your fellow fans is still a completely different level of experience. On the road, you'll get a new perspective
on your favorite team, and there's nothing else in sports like watching a big touchdown silence the home crowd. When the game
is on the line and a team like the Huskies is digging in on the road, it simply doesn't get any better than this.
Huskies Football History
The Washington Huskies football program has been around for more than a century, giving them
plenty of time to build a strong program and give their fans more than a few thrills on the gridiron. Some great players have
come through campus, including Warren Moon and Mark Brunell, as well as many other legends that fans still talk about around
campus. Their last national title came back in 1991, but they've also had many great seasons since then, including conference
wins in 1992, 1995 and 2000. After a brief down spell, the Huskies have also bounced back with winning seasons from 2010 through
2013, making them a powerhouse program that seems to be back on the rise as they take aim at the top of the ultra-competitive
Washington Huskies Football Trivia
Who was the MVP of the 1978 Rose Bowl win against the Wolverines?
answer is Warren Moon. Against the favored Wolverines, the Huskies needed a great performance from their rocket-armed quarterback,
which is exactly what Moon gave them. Moon would connect for three touchdown passes while leading the Huskies to an intense
27-20 win over the Wolverines in one of the biggest games in Washington football history.
Whenever the Washington Huskies are at home, they take the field at the famed Husky Stadium, a place
that has gained a reputation of being one of the top venues in the PAC-12. The fanfare around campus definitely doesn't die
down when the Huskies are on the road, however, as this is a fan base that knows how to hit the road to flash their team gear
and show their Washington pride for all the top matchups of the season. This is a team that is known for swiping victories
away from the home crowd, and this is sure to be another season filled to the brim with some amazing moments that you know
you'll want to be a part of.