The University of Washington football team’s 45-20 victory over Kent State at Husky Stadium Saturday night set the stage for a coaching debut, a fresh start for players and a welcome season opener for fans. have become.
It also ended a four-game losing streak that did immeasurable damage to the program, beginning with one of the most important games in Husky history, the 2021 home game against Oregon.
Against the Ducks that day, UW took an early lead, derailed the head coach, put the offensive coordinator coach out of work, and the players suffered a 26–16 loss to an annoying rival.
Last Saturday, at least on a pleasant fall night in Seattle, new coach Karen DeVore was criticized by Husky predecessor Jimmy Lake for his reckless behavior and/or general lack of success during the program’s run. We have undone much of the damage done.
UW Experiences Victory Again
Skyler Lynn was on the sidelines as she scored the Husky’s first win in just over 300 days.
After ending last season with back-to-back losses to Oregon, Arizona, Colorado and Washington, the UW players once again snapped happy and joyous photos as they moved from one celebratory scene to another. was given.
The Huskies tallied 303 between wins.
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Skylar Lin, a newly enrolled University of Washington student and talented photographer for the Inside the Huskies site, part of the Sports Illustrated network, roams the sidelines and end zones, going there to capture happy huskies. I was in
Check out his accompanying gallery.
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