Sept. 6, 2006
SEATTLE -- FSN Northwest will bring back FSN Classics this Fall, adding a new twist in October with a second night of the week to re-live the Washington Huskies remarkable 1991 Championship season. Every Thursday night at 7:30pm beginning on September 7th, fans can watch a series of the most unforgettable games from their favorite local college football programs including the Huskies, Washington State Cougars and Oregon State Beavers. During Rivalry Week for both the Washington and Oregon schools, FSN will air the best of the Apple Cup and Civil War games in advance of the biggest games of the year, which are sure to be instant classics.
Husky fans across the region also won't want to miss Tuesday nights at 7:30pm throughout October on the network when FSN Classics celebrates the 1991 Championship team, airing a game every week from that special season.
FSN CLASSICS, Thursdays at 7:30pm
9/7 1998 Washington vs. Arizona State
Facing a 4th & 17 with only 28 seconds remaining, Brock Huard launches a pass to Reggie Davis for the touchdown and the win, 42-38.
9/14 2002 Washington State at UCLA
With a Rose Bowl berth on the line and Jason Gesser on the sideline, WSU clinches a win with an interception returned for a TD in what was Mike Price's last Pac-10 game with the Cougs.
9/22 1994 "Whammy in Miami"
No. 17 Washington pulled out a 38-20 upset over the sixth-ranked Hurricanes, ending Miami's NCAA-record 58-game home winning streak at the Orange Bowl.
9/28 1999 Oregon State vs. UCLA
The Beavers were 3-3 and on the verge of another disappointing season, but a 55-7 drubbing of the Bruins jump-started the program to its first winning season in 30 years.
10/5 1990 Washington vs. USC
This 31-0 rout over the fifth-ranked Trojans will forever be known as the "All I saw was purple" game.
10/12 1998 Washington vs. Oregon State
Beavers QB Jonathan Smith led a wild fourth-quarter comeback that was stopped short with :00 on the clock to seal the win for the Huskies.
10/19 2002 Washington State vs. USC
Drew Dunning's game winning 35-yard field goal gave WSU a 30-27 overtime victory.
10/26 2000 Oregon State vs. USC
The Beavers end a 28-game losing streak to the Trojans with a 31-21 victory, led by Ken Simonton's 234 yards and 3 touchdowns.
11/2 1991 Washington vs. Oregon
Mario Bailey's 29-yard touchdown catch helped lead the Huskies to a 29-7 victory to remain undefeated.
11/9 1997 Washington State at USC
In a back-and-forth game, Ryan Leaf connects on a fourth-quarter TD for the win. The victory followed a win the previous week against UCLA, marking the first time ever WSU beat both LA schools in the same year.
APPLE CUP WEEK:
11/13 1997 Apple Cup: Cougars 41, Huskies 35
Even after a second-half comeback, the Cougars were too much for the Huskies behind the leadership of Ryan Leaf.
11/15 1992 Apple Cup: Cougars 42, Huskies 23
Played in the middle of a blizzard, Drew Bledsoe helped score 29-points in the 3rd quarter of this 42-23 Cougar win.
11/16 2002 Apple Cup: Huskies win in Triple Overtime
Arguably the most dramatic game played between the state rivals a 49-yard field goal in triple overtime was the difference.
FSN CLASSICS: THE '91 HUSKIES, Tuesdays in October at 7:30pm.
10/3 THE HUSKIES PASS THE DUCKS TEST
Mario Bailey's 29-yard touchdown catch helped lead the Huskies to a 29-7 victory.
10/10 A 14-3 WIN OVER THE TROJANS
The Huskies remain undefeated by beating the Trojans for the first time in 11 years behind Beno Bryant's career-high 158 rushing yards.
10/17 UW GETS BY CAL, 24-17
Beno Bryant ran for a 65-yard touchdown to avoid the upset in this see-saw game down south that proved to be the Huskies' closest call of the season.
10/24 SETTING THE TONE IN THE SEASON OPENER
The Huskies established themselves as a force to be reckoned with in their first game with a 42-7 win over Stanford in which Washington forced 6 turnovers and knocked out the Cardinal's starting QB.
10/31 THE DEVILS NEVER GET CLOSE
Washington scores two touchdowns in the first 6:05 of this 44-16 drubbing of the Sun Devils.
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