Manage episode 247003374 series 2518304
The guys from Dawgman.com - Kim Grinolds, Chris Fetters, and Jack McCauley - talked to a quartet of Washington Huskies ahead of Friday's 112th Boeing Apple Cup. They obviously have a lot of work in front of them preparing against a potent Washington State offense, but the players also took time to talk about Thanksgiving and what this game means to them. This particular group of Huskies has had a lot of success playing their cross-state rivals, as they've never lost a game to WSU.
And the senior players also were asked their thoughts about playing their last game in Husky Stadium in just a few days.
Junior running back Salvon Ahmed lives in a classic divided family: his mom is all Husky, while his stepfather played at Washington State. Needless to say, Thanksgiving is a fun, competitive time for his family.
Senior offensive lineman Nick Harris talks about growing to love the Apple Cup as a California kid and his unlikely friendship with fellow senior offensive lineman Trey Adams, and flushing the Colorado loss out of his system as they prepare to bounce back against the Cougars.
Junior defensive lineman Levi Onwuzurike talks about his favorite Apple Cup moments, and they largely include snow.
Lastly, but not least - senior defensive back Myles Bryant talks about the Apple Cup, his memories from the games he's been in, the success the defense has had against Washington State's air raid attack, and goes back for a little trip down nostalgia lane while talking about his UW memories. The Apple Cup will be his last home game as a Husky.
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