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2015 Husky Football: Oregon 26, Washington 20

I returned to Husky Stadium for my first football game in nearly a month.  And it was a big one.  Most folks pointed to this as the best chance the Dawgs had to break Oregon’s long winning streak against them.  In fact, Washington was favored for the first time in ages.  But, as usual, the offense simply couldn’t keep up with the Ducks.  At least this one was a little closer than usual.  Oregon prevailed 26-20.

You can see a few more photos from this game in the archive.  Here are a few highlights.


Dubs leads the charge onto the field before the game.

Brayden Lenius

Brayden Lenius has a quiet moment prior to the start of the game.

Elijah Qualls

Elijah Qualls soaks in the raucous pre-game atmosphere.

Dwayne Stanford

Dwayne Stanford hauls in a desperate pass from Vernon Adams during Oregon’s opening drive.

Taj Griffin

Taj Griffin goes airborne against the Huskies.


Limited Edition Prints of Husky Stadium


Ben Burr-Kirven

Ben Burr-Kirven gets into the backfield to take down Vernon Adams.

Jake Browning

Jake Browning scrambles into the clear.

Myles Gaskin

Myles Gaskin rips off a 72 yard touchdown run.

Budda Baker

Budda Baker upends Darren Carrington.

Husky Fans

Crazed Husky fans are excited that the Huskies actually kept it close.

Dante Pettis

Dante Pettis eludes Duck defenders.

Ugo Amadi

Duck defensive back Ugo Amadi had the game-clinching interception off backup quarterback KJ Carta-Samuels in the final minute.

As a reminder, you can see more images from this and other games in the photo archive.


  1. Stephanie Stanek March 13, 2016 Reply

    Hi!! I am a handler for Dubs and was wondering if you got any photos of Dubs and his handlers this season? Thanks! Your photography is great!

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      Max March 13, 2016 Reply

      I definitely have some of Dubs, but I will have to see if I have any that include you guys. I will have to check when I return home at the end of the month. It may be a good idea to follow up with me at the start of April.

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