Washington’s Paul Skansi (82) makes the key touchdown catch in the Huskies’ 23-10 win over Washington State in the 1981 Apple Cup. The victory sent Washington on to the Rose Bowl while denying the Cougars a trip to Pasadena. (Richard Mackson / Sports Illustrated/Getty Images)

‘Everything was on the line’ for UW, WSU in 1981 Apple Cup

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