- $30 for one G-Pass to see University of Washington Huskies take on Sacramento State University ($55.50 value)
- Seating: section 302, 310, or 331
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The Scouting Report
When the Huskies take the gridiron for the start of the 2015–16 college football season, they’ll be without some key members of last year’s team. All-American linebacker Shaq Thompson, who was not only third on the team in tackles but also rushed for nearly 500 yards, declared for the NFL draft in the off-season. Three others did, too, all taken in the first round. That leaves head coach Chris Peterson with just 10 returning starters and a crop of young players stepping in to fill the gaps, which should make for an exciting challenge. Returning senior wideout Jaydon Mickens looks to improve on last year’s 60-catch season, while sophomore safety Budda Baker could adopt the mantle of two-way threat if he lines up as receiver and learns how to conduct the halftime band. When Sacramento State rolls into town on September 12, these players, along with the rest of the team, will still be charged up after one of the marquee games of the season: the opener at No. 5 Boise State.
University of Washington Athletics
Members of the Pacific-12 Conference, the University of Washington Huskies athletic department boasts a rich history of triumphs. In 2001, their football team added a Rose Bowl victory to a trophy case that already contained the laurels of two national titles, the most recent of which occurred in 1991. In 2011, the men's basketball team claimed its third Pac-12 tournament title, and in 2005, the women's volleyball team steamrolled competition en route to its first-ever national title. Much of the Husky-related glory unfolds on the floors and fields of UW's lineup of pristine facilities, which includes the historic Husky Stadium and raucous Alaska Airlines Arena.