Washington Huskies Eugene Tickets
Football teams Washington Huskies of the University of Washington and the Oregon Ducks of the University of Oregon started playing against each other in 1900. The enmity between the two teams heated up in 1948 when the teams tied for the best record during the Pacific Coast Conference. Over the last sixty years, the rivalry has only grown between the teams. The last time they were seen in a faceoff was in the winter of 2013. This year, the teams will once again showcase a neck to neck competition at the Autzen Stadium in Eugene. Get hold of your Washington Huskies Eugene tickets as the fans are rushing to book their seats for the game.
Famously referred to as "The Border War," the Oregon-Washington football rivalry can now be witnessed at the Autzen Stadium in Eugene. The outdoor stadium can seat about fifty three thousand eight hundred spectators. Get Washington Huskies Eugene tickets to enjoy the competitive game on the field. The history of the rivalry between the two teams goes back to 1900. Since then, both the teams have played more than one hundred games and have the most played rivalry games against one another in NCAA Division I FBS history.
Member of the Pacific-12 Conference, the athletic program has twenty varsity teams. It includes nine men sports teams and elevenwomen sports team. The University football team played their first game in 1889. During the period 1907 to 1917, the football team was recognized for making a NCAA Division I-A record with sixty-three unbeaten games back to back. During the same tenure, Washington won thirty-nine games which were won under the supervision of coach Gil Dobie. It was recorded as the second longest winning streak in the history of NCAA Division I-A.
Over the years, the football team has won four national championships awarded (or claimed) along with fifteen Pac-12 titles. The outstanding players who contributed to the success of the team include Warren Moon, Jacque Robinson and more. Visit the venue to watch your favorite players in action.