Despite a long history, there are some top programs Washington football hasn’t played against.
The Huskies have a storied college football history that spans several decades, filled with memorable moments and achievements. However, there are still several notable programs that the Huskies have yet to face on the gridiron.
Let’s take a closer look at five of these schools that Washington football hasn’t played.
Here are five schools Washington football hasn’t played
Clemson football has been a dominant force in the college football landscape for a long time and I don’t expect that to stop anytime soon, especially under head coach Dabo Swinney.
Florida State is another storied football program with a strong football pedigree and a passionate fanbase. They haven’t seen much success since Jimbo Fisher resigned in late 2017, only going 29-30 since, however, they did manage to improve to a 10-3 in 2022.
The reigning college football champs would provide an immense challenge for the Huskies. A matchup against the Georgia Bulldogs would be a fun match to see, but likely wouldn’t end in Washington’s favor.
North Carolina has had periods of success throughout their football program’s existence. They have achieved multiple conference championships and made numerous bowl game appearances. The Tarheels are slowly becoming a competitive force within the ACC. They have made bowl game appearances and have consistently recruited top talent to bolster their roster.
Louisville football has undergone transformations in recent years including changes in coaching staff and conference affiliations. The program has demonstrated resilience and adaptability, striving to remain competitive in a challenging landscape.
Matchups against these notable programs would add excitement to the Huskies’ already impressive football legacy. I just wish we could have seen some of them in the Kalen DeBoer and Michael Penix Jr. era.