Feb. 28, 2010
SEATTLE - UWTV and FSN will present Washington's first-ever overtime game this Monday night at 7:00 p.m. as part of its weekly Husky Classics, a weekly series on UWTV featuring favorite University of Washington football and basketball games.
Check out FSN's original telecast of the Nov. 16, 1996 Apple Cup. The 12th-ranked Huskies played in their first-ever overtime and escaped Pullman with a 31-24 victory when Brock Huard hit Jerome Pathon for the go-ahead score.
John Fiala, Ink Aleaga, Bob Sapp and Dave Janoski were the team captains for head coach Jim Lambright's team that season.
Continue reliving amazing touchdowns and thrilling three-pointers through Husky Classics at 7 p.m. every Monday on UWTV. Next week's Hucky Classics turns to hoops as UWTV telecasts last season's home win over UCLA. For more information, visit uwtv.org/sports.
UWTV, a service of the University of Washington, is available on cable channel 27 in the Puget Sound, or visit uwtv.org to learn how to watch in your area.
A service of the University of Washington, UWTV is a multi-platform media organization connecting the region and the world to theUniversity of Washington on air, online and via mobile devices. Learn more at uwtv.org.
About FSN Northwest
FSN Northwest is the cable home of the Seattle Mariners, Seattle Seahawks, Seattle Storm, Portland Beavers, Portland Timbers, Washington Huskies, Washington State Cougars, Oregon State Beavers and Gonzaga Bulldogs. The network delivers more than 350 live events each year - all of which are also available in high definition on FSN HD - to more than 3.4 million cable and satellite homes in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Alaska. FSN Northwest is based in Bellevue, WA, and is a subsidiary of DIRECTV Sports Networks, which also operates the regional sports networks FSN Pittsburgh and FSN Rocky Mountain (and sub-region FSN Utah). The three networks combined reach more than 8.5 million viewers across 17 states and own exclusive programming and distribution partnerships with more than 25 teams and conferences. DIRECTV Sports Networks is a controlled subsidiary of DIRECTV, the world's most popular television service.