Jan. 31, 2010
SEATTLE - UWTV and FSN will present the Huskies' unforgetttable 1992 football game against Nebraska this Monday night at 7 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 Sept. 19, 1992 Nebraska at Washington contest with Don Poier, and Chuck Nelson calling the action.
Continue reliving amazing touchdowns and thrilling three-pointers through Husky Classics at 7 p.m. every Monday on UWTV. For more information, visit uwtv.org/sports.
The undefeated and second-ranked Huskies, coming off the 1991 national title, welcomed 12th-ranked Nebraska to the firs night game in Husky Stadium since 1985. With nearly 70 percent of the seats located between the end zones, Husky Stadium can be one of the loudest stadiums in the nation. During this contest against the Cornhuskers, ESPN sideline crews measured the crowd noise at and incredible 130 decibels.
In front of a sellout crowd of 73,333 fans, the Huskies two teams battled to nearly an even draw statistically - the UW gained 153 yards on the ground and 182 through the air for 335 total offensive yards in the game. Nebraska rushed for 176 yards and threw for 133 for 309 total yards.
The win marked Washington's 17th in a row.
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