Found September 05, 2012 on NorthWest Sports Beat:
Anyone not sure on the UW Huskies who they're playing in Week 2?

Right. Didn't think so.

A wildlife preserve from Oregon supplied Sheena, a 16-month-old tiger for practice.

The Washington Huskies knew they were taking to the practice field Tuesday to prepare for LSU. Have no doubts about that.

Quote: “I've seen one in zoos, but I've never seen one that close,” University of Washington linebacker Travis Feeney told the Seattle Times. “It was kind of scary at first. But I'm fine now.” A real, live tiger? Why not?

Washington plays LSU on Saturday. 7:00 PM ET at Tiger Stadium, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

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