Steve Sarkisian has brought changes to a win-starved UW program
By Ferd Lewis
SEATTLE » Don Schulze knows just how hungry University of Washington football fans are for a winner.
“Our best seller every football game weekend is the ‘Sarkburger’ ” — named for Huskies coach Steve Sarkisian — says the proprietor of Shultzy’s Sausage, an institution on “The Ave.,” as the main thoroughfare in the UW District is known.
The “Sarkburger” — described as “freshly ground top sirloin, swiss cheese, crispy hickory smoked bacon, a sweet pineapple ring and caramelized onion with a Sark-iyaki glaze” — is the creation of the Huskies’ third-year head coach, which these days assures popularity here.
“Sark is young, dynamic and approachable — and he can win,” said Schulze, who said he never offered Willingham a chance to design a signature meal because “he couldn’t win.”
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