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Washington Huskies coach Chris Peterson pranked his players with some ugly uniforms for an April Fools joke on Tueasday.
Peterson introduced two new uniforms that had a silly husky logo on the helmet a Washington “W” on the front of the jersey and “DAWGS” printed on the back of the pants.
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