The Washington Huskies have the chance to do something they have never done before

Michael Penix Jr looks to pass in the Allstate Sugar Bowl - Texas v Washington
Michael Penix Jr looks to pass in the Allstate Sugar Bowl - Texas v Washington / Jonathan Bachman/GettyImages

The Washington Huskies will compete with the Michigan Wolverines tonight at 4:30 PM PT to see who will become the next College Football Playoff National Champion.

The Huskies became the Co-National Champions along with the Miami Hurricanes in 1991 but this year they have the chance to do something that they have never done before— which is to be the lone National Champion.

Tonight presents a golden opportunity to rectify that and solidify Washington's place in college football lore.

Throughout the season, the Huskies have showcased their prowess on the field, displaying exceptional skill, teamwork, and determination. Led by a talented roster and driven coaching staff, they have navigated a challenging path to reach this pinnacle moment in the CFP.

Their opponents, the Michigan Wolverines, stand as a tough challenge, setting the stage for an intense battle. But for the Huskies, this isn't merely a game; it's a chance to carve out their legacy, to make history, and to hoist the championship trophy as the solitary National Champions, a distinction that has eluded them so far.

With the eyes of the football world fixed upon them, the Washington Huskies aim to seize this moment, drawing inspiration from past successes while forging their own destiny. As they take to the field on tonight, they'll carry the weight of their aspirations and the hopes of their fans, determined to script a new chapter in Washington Huskies football history—a chapter that culminates in a solo reign as the College Football Playoff National Champions.