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Coach's Corner

Last week in Pullman, one-third of Martin Stadium had to be wearing purple. The east end zone was packed with Washington fans and there had to be about 8-9,000 of them. All were there to root for a bad team; so bad that they hadn't even won a single game. Yet there they were, the true fans, wishing and hoping that it would happen; that they would get to see their Huskies finally win a game.

It didn't happen. It hasn't happened much over the past five years. The Washington Huskies have gone 1-10, 2-9, 5-7, 4-9, and now 0-11 the last half-decade, finishing along the way tenth, ninth, ninth, tenth and tenth. That is quite a stretch of football futility, without a doubt the worst five-year stretch in the history of Husky football. It has certainly not been the fault of the fans... Recommended Stories

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