1. Husky Stadium (70,083) has served as the program’s home field since 1920 and is the largest stadium in the Pacific Northwest. During a 1992 night game against Nebraska, ESPN measured the noise level at about 135 decibels, the loudest ever recorded for a college football game.
2. Washington was given an opportunity to play BYU in the 1984 Holiday Bowl but chose a larger bowl payout in the Orange Bowl. The Cougars (13-0) finished first in both the AP and Coaches polls while Washington (11-1) ended up second.
3. Washington has won 16 conference championships, seven Rose Bowls and two national championships (1960, 1991).
4. The annual Washington-Washington State game is called the “Apple Cup.” Washington leads that series 72-32-6 and has won the past five meetings.
5. Seven Washington players have been ranked among the Top 10 in Heisman voting but a Husky has never won the award. The highest finish belongs to defensive end Steve Entman, who was fourth in 1991.