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May 4, 2012 at 6:20 PM

Video — Steve Emtman inducted into Pacific Northwest Hall of Fame

I spent a good part of the day at the luncheon for the Pacific Northwest Football Hall of Fame, watching induction ceremonies for the the Class of 2012.

Inducted as the college player from Washington was Steve Emtman (you can read more info on the organization here). was Steve Emtman.

Others with UW ties who were inducted were Dick Baird (a longtime UW assistant) as an associate, and former UW player and coach Carver Gayton, also as an associate. Gayton was a running back on the 1960 Rose Bowl champion team and later an assistant at UW. Baird was a recruiting coordinator and assistant coach at UW.

I’ve got two videos of Emtman. First, an interview from after the event in which he talks about being inducted, what he’s doing now and his thoughts on the UW program. And below that is a quick snippet of his induction speech:

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