Harris, from Inglewood, Calif., capped the afternoon with his acceptance of the Guy Flaherty Award, given to the UW's most inspirational player, voted on by the players and first awarded in 1908.
In the end, the Huskies lost another heartbreaking game, with a 33-28 defeat, after leading in the first quarter and holding momentum.
With their commanding victory over the Wildcats, the Huskies renewed their momentum and confidence for the road ahead.
It was the third night game of the season for the Huskies, and the glaring question was whether the third time would be the charm for a win?
It was good for the Huskies to get their first "game time reps" of the season and familiarize the younger players with the atmosphere.