Midweek Debate: Lesser Streaks That You Should Be Upset About

Mark J. Rebilas-US PRESSWIRE

When a program goes through a decade of irrelevance, some ugly numbers crop up.

The Huskies' futility against the Ducks has been well documented. However, there are some other streaks that this program is in the midst of, each galling in their own way:

  • The Huskies have not won in Reser Stadium since 2003.
  • The Huskies have not beaten Arizona State anywhere since 2001.
  • The Huskies have not beaten UCLA in the Rose Bowl since 19-goddamn-95.

This week's debate is simple: if you could end one and only one of these horrible streaks this year, which would you choose and why? Try to take each on their own: for instance, even though you might think the game against "X" is the "most important" of the three, try to treat them like they're in a vacuum. Let's assume they all have equal importance, the opponents are all equally good, and winning or losing one or another will have the exact same result on the season's outcome.

Which streak needs to end the most?

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