The Apple Cup is one of the biggest college football rivalries in the Northwest, and Washington State Cougars vs. Washington Huskies tickets are typically the most sought after college football ticket in the State of Washington. The Washington-Washington State rivalry dates back to 1900, and the two teams have played over 105 times. While the Huskies and Cougars have other large rivals, the Apple Cup is always the final regular season game for both teams, and is the biggest rivalry in the State.
The game has been known since the Apple Cup since 1962, and refers to the State of Washington’s large apple producing industry. The Huskies vs. Cougars game rotates between Seattle and Pullman, with odd numbered years played at Washington, and even numbered years at Washington State. The Washington vs. Washington State series was historically dominated by the Huskies, but has been a back and forth battle since the turn of the century.
Washington State vs Washington has always been an important game in the Northwest, with both teams striving for a PAC-12 North Championship every season. No matter what either team’s record is coming into the game, whenever Cougars-Huskies is in town, the game is full of energy and excitement. Huskies-Cougars tickets are some of the most sought after in the PAC-12, and it is one of the most high energy gamedays in the country. No matter if the game is at Husky Stadium in Seattle, or Martin Stadium in Pullman, TicketCity has some of the best seats, and cheapest Washington vs. Washington State tickets on the market.
Friday, November 25, 2016 at Martin Stadium (Pullman, WA) Huskies 45, Cougars 17No. 5 Washington Huskies capped off their winning season with a dominating 45-17 win against No. 23 Washington State Cougars. The first quarter of the game set the stage for the Huskies with four touchdowns giving them a 25-point lead over the Cougars at the end of the quarter. Jake Browning had a stellar game for Washington, throwing 292 yards and leading his team to the fourth straight win against their in-state rival Washington State and their road to the Pac-12 Championship Game. Tickets for the Cougars vs Huskies matchup at Martin Stadium had an average ticket price of $151.
Friday, November 27, 2015 at Husky Stadium (Seattle, WA) Huskies 45, Cougars 10Washington State was one of the surprise teams in the Pac-12 North in 2015, rattling off 6 conference wins coming into the Apple Cup, and were favored to go into Seattle and knock off the Huskies. But Washington had other plans. Led by running back Myles Gaskin, the Huskies ran over the Cougars defensive front, rushing for 240 yards as a team, and controlled the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball. The typically relentless Washington State Cougars offense fizzled, with quarterback Peyton Bender only completing 36 of his 58 passes, with 2 interceptions. The Huskies scored early, and often, raking up a 35 point victory and for the 6th time in 7 Washington vs Washington State matchups.
Saturday, November 29, 2014 at Martin Stadium (Pullman, WA) Huskies 31, Cougars 13Washington and Washington State came into the 2014 Apple Cup trying to salvage subpar season. Washington State had a 2-6 conference record, and only 3 total wins on the season. While a win over the Huskies would have helped the Cougars finish off their season on a high note, the Huskies came out and dominated, holding Washington State scoreless in the first three quarters. Washington running back Dwayne Washington rushed for more than 135 yards, averaging 8.4 yards a carry. The rushing attack would go down as one of the best performances in the Huskies-Cougars series history, and pushed the Huskies to another win in the Apple Cup.
Friday, November 29, 2013 at Husky Stadium (Seattle, WA) Huskies 27, Cougars 17With both Washington and Washington State bowl eligible and 4-4 in PAC-12 play, the 2013 Apple Cup was set to determine bowl placements for the Cougars and Huskies. Washington State came in after defeating Washington in a thrilling overtime game in 2012, and looked to win in Seattle for the first time since 2007. The Cougars exploded to a 10-3 lead at halftime, but the 2nd half was all Huskies. Washington running back Bishop Sankey rushed for 200 yards and Washington scored 17 3rd quarter points to take the victory 27-17.