Feature on UH’s 10-7 upset at Washington in 1973

HA Note: “On a remarkable mid-September afternoon in Seattle in 1973, UH proved it could, upsetting the University of Washington, 10-7, before a disbelieving Husky Stadium crowd of 52,500. It is a game that ranks among UH’s biggest all-time victories.”

About how UH was a huge underdog, Rick Blangiardi (then a UH assistant coach) said:
“Back then, we turned on the TV and Jimmy the Greek, who was doing telecasts, said we were 50-point underdogs. That was the way people viewed it.” (HA)



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