One of the longest played rivalries in college football history is the annual game of the Oregon Ducks vs. Washington Huskies. The rivalry between Washington-Oregon began in 1900 when the Ducks dominated the Huskies with a final score of 43-0. Both teams are currently in the Pac-12 and their college campuses are about 300 miles between Eugene and Seattle. The annual event between of Ducks vs Huskies has often been called “The Cascade Clash” and “The Border War.”
In 1948, the rivalry of the Huskies vs Ducks became heated between the CFB teams when there was a vote in the Pacific Coast Conference between Oregon and California on who would receive the Rose Bowl invitation. It was expected that all Pacific Northwest schools would vote for Oregon but when Washington switched their vote to California and also convinced Montana to vote against Oregon, the rivalry grew to hatred. The Oregon Ducks are currently on an unprecedented streak in the rivalry with 12 wins against the Washington Huskies since 2004.
The demand for Washington vs Oregon tickets is so high and tickets sell quickly every season. Seattle, WA and Eugene, OR host one of the loudest CFB games that ensures an exciting experience for Ducks and Huskies teams and their fans. While demand for Washington Huskies vs Oregon Ducks tickets is always high, TicketCity suppliers have a large inventory of Oregon-Washington tickets, including some of the top seats at the lowest prices.
Saturday, October 17, 2015 at Husky Stadium (Seattle, WA) Ducks 26, Huskies 20Oregon Ducks quarterback Vernon Adams Jr. came back from missing the two previous games due to a finger injury and threw 272 yards and two touchdowns for the Ducks 12th straight win against the Washington Huskies. In the third quarter, Washington’s Myles Gaskin made a great play running 72 yards for a touchdown bringing the Huskies 10 points behind the Ducks. Washington wasn’t able to recover from Oregon’s lead ending the game with the Ducks winning; a final score of 26-20.
Saturday, October 18, 2014 at Autzen Stadium (South Eugene, OR) Ducks 45, Huskies 20This mid-October rival game between Oregon-Washington was the Ducks' game after they built a strong lead in the 2nd quarter with 3 touchdowns. Oregon’s freshman running back Royce Freeman had a record-setting game with four touchdowns and ran for 169 yards. The loss for Washington was another tough game against Oregon, since the last time the Huskies defeated the Ducks was in 2003. The final score of the Ducks-Huskies game was 45-20, Oregon.