The Huskies' head coach when they won the Rose Bowl in January 2001. Was with the UW for four seasons (1999-2002), compiling a record of 33-16.
The UW's head coach from 1993 to 1998. Compiled a record of 44-25-1. His recruits included Jerramy Stevens, Curtis Williams and Jeremiah Pharms.
A tight end who came to the UW in 1998. In 2002 he was a first-round draft pick of the Seattle Seahawks. He played with the Seahawks for five years.
A top recruit who came to the UW in 1996 from Fresno, Calif. Mostly played safety. His final year with the team was in 2000.
A top recruit who came to the UW in 1996 from Sacramento, Calif. Played linebacker. Was a fifth-round draft pick of the Cleveland Browns in 2001.
A top recruit who came to the UW in 1998 from Pasadena, Calif. Was ineligible to play his first year because of academics. His last season was in 2002.
Came to the UW in 1997, after playing at De Le Salle High School in Concord, Calif. At the UW, he starred at cornerback. Left the team after the Rose Bowl.
The UW's current football coach. Was hired by Turner to restore integrity to the program. Has a three-year record at the UW of 11-25.
The UW's athletic director from 1991 to 2003. She hired Neuheisel to be the UW's head coach. She also hired Neuheisel's predecessor, Jim Lambright.
A Seattle lawyer who, at one time or another, represented at least 14 players on the UW's 2000 football team, mostly against criminal charges.
The King County prosecuting attorney for 28 years until his death last May. Widely respected, he received his undergraduate and law degrees from the UW.
The UW's athletic director since 2004. Hired Tyrone Willingham to be the football team's head coach. Turner announced his resignation in December.
A graduate of the UW, he has been the school's president since July 2004. Hired Todd Turner to be athletic director. Will next be hiring Turner's replacement.