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October 25, 2013 at 11:33 AM

Don James, in his words, on what Washington and Husky Stadium meant to him

A classic matchup with a big opponent on a Saturday afternoon in Husky Stadium is one of the best in all of sports.

Former Washington football coach Don James wrote that as part of a forward to new book, “Go Huskies!: Celebrating the Washington Football Tradition,” by W. Thomas Porter.

Five days after James’ death from pancreatic cancer, his words show his love of the program he built and the stadium where his teams played.

The excerpt is printed with the permission of Triumph Books.  For more information, please visit www.triumphbooks.com/GoHuskies.

Click here to read the forward in full.

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