UW ‘Husky Classics’ to Air Every Saturday For Next 10 Weeks
In the absence of live sporting events, we will be re-broadcasting two classic University of Washington games from myriad seasons/sports in a condensed one-hour form, back-to-back, every Saturday starting at 1:00 p.m.
We will begin today (April 4) and will continue for 10 weeks.
We kickoff "Husky Classics" today with the 2001 Rose Bowl where the #4 Huskies, led by QB Marques Tuiasosopo, faced #17 Purdue Boilermakers and their quarterback Drew Brees.
In our second rebroadcast, we go to the hardwood at the Staples Center for the 2011 Pac-12 Men's Basketball Conference championship game where Isaiah Thomas etched himself into Husky lore.
Both games were originally called by Hall of Fame broadcaster Bob Rondeau.