Husky Football Royalty Visits UW Spring Practice No. 14 By Invitation

Husky Football Royalty Visits UW Spring Practice No. 14 By Invitation

Under threatening skies, Dana Hall and Shane Pahukoa were side by side again in Husky Stadium, as middle-aged men rather than University of Washington football players, sharing in a connection they’ll never lose.

They were football royalty, as good as anyone in the college game when they played three decades earlier. They were a Husky cornerback and a free safety, both 6-foot-3 and 210 pounds and bigger than most.

They formed half of the starting secondary for the UW’s 12-0 national championship team in 1991, both NFL-bound, respectively first- and second-team all-conference selections, college teammates forever.

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