Relive four of the greatest moments in Washington football history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
2009 Regular Season vs USC - Montlake Miracle
1992 Rose Bowl vs Michigan - Undefeated Champions
1992 Regular Season vs Nebraska - Loudest Play, 133.6db
1975 Regular Season vs Washington State - Apple Cup comeback
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.25" per coaster
- Weight: 0.25lbs (4oz)
- Natural edge
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2009 Regular Season
Washington vs USC
16 - 13
19 September, 2009
#3 USC entered the game on the heels of downing a #8 Ohio State team. With the game tied, Jake Locker led the Huskies on a drive down the field. With 30 seconds left, Locker rolled out of the pocket to find Jermaine Kearse for a huge 20 yard gain to set up an easy 22 yard game-winning field goal as time expired.
1992 Rose Bowl
Washington vs Michigan
34 - 14
1 January, 1992
One of the greatest college football teams ever, Washington ultimately didn't get a chance to cement it's claim against also undefeated Miami. Nonetheless, the Huskies laid waste to #3 Michigan in the Rose Bowl, winning the Coaches poll by nine votes, compared to Miami's AP poll "victory" of four votes
1992 Regular Season
Loudest Play, 133.6db
Washington vs Nebraska
29 - 14
19 September, 1992
Husky Stadium's proudest achievement. Washington's Smith blitzed freely for the sack in the endzone, the safety being the first points scored. The stadium absolutely erupted - ESPN registering 133.6 decibels. Loud enough to cause impairment and the loudest college football game ever recorded.
1975 Regular Season
Apple Cup comeback
Washington vs Washington State
28 - 27
22 November, 1975
Down to WSU 27-14 with only 3:00 left, Al Burleson returned a 93 yard interception for a touchdown. Then, needing a touchdown, Warren Moon heaved a pass towards the sideline only for it to fall short. However, the ball bounced off the hands of WSU defenders and fell to Spider Gaines who turned and ran it in for the game-winning 78 yard touchdown.