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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

April 26, 2012 at 4:10 PM

More Spring Game details

Washington has just released a few more details on the Spring Game.

Here are a few highlights:

— The game format is as follows:

Offense vs. Defense
Offense Scoring System:
1. Offense Field Goal = 3 points
2. Offense Touchdown= 6 points
3. PAT / Go for 2
Defense Scoring System:
1. Defensive stop = 3 points
2. Turnover = 5 points
3. Touchdown = 7 points
Special Teams:
-No kickoffs (Automatic touchbacks)
-No punts (Ball will be placed 40 yards from previous spot)

—- Among the promotions

$100 HOT DAWG: When fans purchase a $100 hot dog from the Husky Dawg Cart right inside the North Entrance of CenturyLink Field, it will be served with a side of 2012 Husky Football Season Ticket Deposit absolutely free. Fans who purchased a Husky Football Season Ticket Deposit this year have secured their place in line to select their seats in the newly renovated Husky Stadium in 2013.

CATCH A TD PASS FROM KEITH PRICE: Upon entry to the Spring Game a randomly selected fan will be invited to the field to catch a touchdown pass from Husky Quarterback Keith Price between the 1st/2nd Quarter Break. Husky Head Coach Steve Sarkisian will sign the football for the fan to keep.

CALL THE FIRST PLAY OF THE 2ND HALF: Upon entry to the Spring Game a randomly selected fan will be invited to the field to call the first offensive play in the second Half. Sarkisian will again sign the football for the fan to keep.

—- Here’s the schedule:
1:20 p.m. – Defense takes the Field (Siren)
1:22 p.m. – Offense Takes the Field (Siren)
1:24 p.m. – National Anthem
1:26 p.m. – Coin Toss (Legends)
1:30 p.m. — Kick-Off

Also, there will be four 15-minute quarters with a running clock. And halftime will feature a powderpuff game (and no, that doesn’t mean the media).

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