The sign at West end of stadium says it all
Where there’s smoke, there’s a BBQ — and beer
There is nothing quite like college football and it doesn’t matter where the game is played.
Color, pageantry, parties and more parties lure fans to stadiums throughout the entire country, and many eyes were on the Pacific Northwest on Saturday when the University of Washington unveiled its much anticipated refurbished ($280 million) Husky Stadium.
There wasn’t a cloud in the sky all day in Seattle and the new facility basked in the glow of sun-plashed spectators, who jammed the parking lot early with one huge tailgate party prior to the Huskies’ season opener against Boise State.
A glimpse of the Lake Washington boat traffic
Statue of famed UW coach Jim Owens
Students reside in the West end zone Dawg Pack
A huge garbage can full of empty beer cans
Someone needs to plan ahead better
The food spread sure looked appetizing
Some walk, some ride to the football game
This kid shows fine punting form
A little relaxation is always a good thing
Going a little ape is OK in college football
Must be from Boise State
Boise State fan surrounded by Dawgs
Kids get into the football act
Broncos backer makes a point while on phone
Two Husky fans en route to season opener