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1957 Vintage Washington Huskies T-Shirt

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1957 Vintage Washington Huskies T-Shirt

By Vintage Brand™ not affiliated with or sponsored by Washington Huskies
As most fans in the Northwest know, there’s no love lost between the Huskies and the Ducks; the hatred between the two programs runs deep. Known as the "Border War" in the Pacific Northwest, it is one of the most played rivalries in NCAA history, and has been played regularly since 1900. Although the schools began playing each other in 1900, the rivalry became heated from Oregon's perspective in 1948, when Oregon and California both went undefeated in the Pacific Coast Conference. California was undefeated overall, and Oregon's only loss was at undefeated Michigan, that year's national champions, and the Ducks had seven victories in the PCC to Cal's six. The winner of the PCC, as is today with the Pac-12, played in the Rose Bowl. Oregon opted for a playoff game, but California declined. The tiebreaker format the PCC elected to use was that the championship team be elected by the schools. The PCC had ten member schools in 1948, six in the Northwest (with Idaho and Montana) and four in California, so it was assumed that Oregon would be the team playing in the Rose Bowl, as even a 5–5 tie vote would be in their favor. Instead California was voted champion of the PCC, because Washington had persuaded Montana to vote for California, something that has not been forgotten by Oregon fans.
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As most fans in the Northwest know, there’s no love lost between the Huskies and the Ducks; the hatred between the two programs runs deep. Known as the "Border War" in the Pacific Northwest, it is one of the most played rivalries in NCAA history, and has been played regularly since 1900. Although the schools began playing each other in 1900, the rivalry became heated from Oregon's perspective in 1948, when Oregon and California both went undefeated in the Pacific Coast Conference. California was undefeated overall, and Oregon's only loss was at undefeated Michigan, that year's national champions, and the Ducks had seven victories in the PCC to Cal's six. The winner of the PCC, as is today with the Pac-12, played in the Rose Bowl. Oregon opted for a playoff game, but California declined. The tiebreaker format the PCC elected to use was that the championship team be elected by the schools. The PCC had ten member schools in 1948, six in the Northwest (with Idaho and Montana) and four in California, so it was assumed that Oregon would be the team playing in the Rose Bowl, as even a 5–5 tie vote would be in their favor. Instead California was voted champion of the PCC, because Washington had persuaded Montana to vote for California, something that has not been forgotten by Oregon fans.
Product details
Get ready for comfort, style and your new favorite t-shirt. The Men's Premium Blend Ring-Spun Tee is built to last without sacrificing the fit and design.
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  • 50/50 Ring-Spun Cotton/Polyester Pre-shrunk Jersey
  • 5.2 oz / 176 g
  • Classic fit with shaped sleeves
  • Tear Away Label
  • Moisture wicking for all day comfort
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