The rivalry dates back to the first football game between the schools, in 1933.
“There are going to be some fun games to watch this year,” graduate student JT Streepy said.
The Washington University football team kicked off its fall season with a blowout of long-time rival University of Chicago on Saturday, 43-7, winning the teams’ fifth straight matchup and keeping control of the Founders Cup.
The Washington University football team kicks off a new season this upcoming Saturday, Sept. 7 against the University of Chicago. Entering his fourth decade as head coach, Larry Kindbom will try and lead his team to their fourth NCAA playoff appearance.
The Washington University football team opened a new season Saturday at Francis Field against the University of Chicago, establishing a 1-0 record with a 24-17 victory.
The Washington University football team was able to rebound from last week’s loss to claim a 28-12 win over the University of Chicago Saturday at Francis Field.
After all the adversity and tough losses, the Washington University football team hoped to end its season on a high note against the University of Chicago. A 23-7 win against the Maroons not only gave the Bears sole possession of the University Athletic Association championship but also allowed them to retain possession of the Founders Cup. Wash. U.
Junior quarterback Dan Burkett passed for a career-high 316 yards and four touchdowns against the University of Chicago on Saturday as the Washington University football team blew out the Maroons 38-20 to regain possession of the Founder’s Cup. “This [win] feels amazing,” senior wide receiver Easton Knott said.
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