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Washington Huskies Bowl Game Ticket Information
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Washington Huskies Set to Take Over CenturyLink Field in 2012
As renovations to the tune of $250 million continue at Husky Stadium, the Washington Huskies will spend the 2012 home season at CenturyLink Field in downtown Seattle. The 65,000-plus venue, which houses the NFL’s Seahawks, will usher in six opponents beginning with non-conference foes, San Diego State (9/1) and Portland State (9/15). The Huskies will then finish out the home slate with Pac-12 rivals Stanford (9/27), USC (10/13), Oregon State (10/27), and Utah (11/10). The expanded capacity will allow for an even stronger home-field advantage, so book your 2012 Washington Huskies football tickets today from the Vivid Seats marketplace.
Washington compiled a 7-6 record in 2011, and despite a loss to Robert Griffin III and Baylor in the Alamo Bowl, things are looking up for the program. For starters, last year’s squad became just the eighth team in the country since 1960 to earn two bowl berths within three years of a winless season. Washington is quickly becoming the place to play in the Pac-12, as 16 players have committed for the 2013 season since summer camp ended. Additionally, star quarterback Keith Price is set to return and will look to top one of the best seasons in Husky history. As a sophomore, Price threw for 3,063 yards, and broke four school season records including touchdowns (33), TD passes per game (2.54), completion percentage (.669), and passing efficiency (161.9).
Get a glimpse of Price and the rest of the Huskies with the 2011 season highlight reel below.