Top 10 intimidating college football stadiums
Washington won 2-0, and was considered West Coast Champions.
Soon after, Washington boldly hired a coveted coach named Gilmour Dobie at the stunning salary of ,000 a year.
In a Seattle region that has transformed radically since 1889, the University of Washington's football team has been one of the few constants. Most notable have been the Pac-10 sanctions of 1993 that led to Don James's resignation, and series in 2008 detailing the turmoil surrounding the 2000 UW team that won the Rose Bowl.
Washington has appeared in 14 Rose Bowls, which is second only to USC (University of Southern California) and Michigan. Formative Years 1889-1907 The Seattle of 1889 was not a shiny metropolis with Starbucks, white collar execs from Microsoft, and massive sports stadiums.
In an effort to establish school traditions, a heated debate broke out one day in an English class over school colors.
A teacher named Louise Frazyer settled things when she read aloud from Lord Byron’s "Destruction of Sennacherib).
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A game between Washington and Nevada was witnessed by 5,000 raucous fans at old Denny Field (located on the northwest corner of the campus near 45th Street).