Well it’s probably not a No. 1 they want.
The Huskies and their 18-41 record over the last five seasons finish ahead of Syracuse, Alabama, Notre Dame, and North Carolina for the unflattering ranking.
But hey it’s the Huskies so I say congrats!
The Puget Sound area won’t challenge Texas as a breeding ground for blue-chip prospects, but the Huskies did well enough to post 26 consecutive non-losing seasons from 1977-2002. That includes a 1991 national championship and an 11-1 No. 3 finish in 2000. The Huskies have gone just 18-41 and have not managed a winning season in the past five years.
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