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3 Days to UW - Remembering 2000

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With 3 days remaining, we look back to arguably the biggest UW-Oregon game ever, the 2000 battle. Both teams were highly ranked and it was the height of the Neuheisel hate era. UW was No. 6 in the...

5 Days to UW - Remembering 1995

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This week we're gonna be running down some of our best memories of the Oregon-Washington rivarly in the lead-up to game day. Today we look back to 1995. Oregon had not won in Seattle in 15 years....

4 Days to UW - Remembering 1997

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Another day, another great moment from the UW rivalry. 1997 wasn't going as planned. After a 3-0 start, Oregon found itself at 4-4, teetering on the edge of a winning season. Oregon needed a...

2 Days to UW - Remembering 2005

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We're continuing to look back at some of the greatest moments of the UW rivalry. And in terms of butt-kickings, it doesn't get much better than the 2005 game. UW was incredibly bad, in the early...

9 Days to UW - Remembering 1988

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Only 9 Days until our team takes the field under the lights at Autzen to take on the Huskies. Now, we've talked about the game itself, and we've been thinking about the matchups and all that for...

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