In the 1994 edition of the heated rivalry with the University of Washington, the #9-ranked Huskies came into Autzen Stadium with a 5-1 record, including a victory over the University of Miami, snapping a 58 game home winning streak. The game was a tough and close contest, with the Ducks clinging to a 24-20 lead late in the game. UW quarterbackDamon Huard guided the Huskies to a first down on the 9-yard line with plenty of time remaining. Dark moments from past Husky games populated the minds of the Duck faithful. Mark Lee returned a punt 59 yards for touchdown to win the game in 1979. The defense held the #9-ranked Huskies to 109 yards and 3 first downs in 1994, but still fell 17-10. Combined with various lopsided losses through the years, plus the fact that Washington had won five in a row, and 17 of the last 21 against the Ducks, many Oregon fans feared the worst. That October afternoon would be different. Huard dropped back and whipped the ball to wide receiver Dave Janoski. U of O freshman cornerbackKenny Wheaton stepped in front of the pass, intercepted it and headed up the sideline for a clinching touchdown, putting Oregon ahead for good 31-20. It was at this moment that things changed forever in the minds, hearts and psyches of everyone associated with Oregon Duck football. Ultimately, Oregon would win its final six games to carry them to the Rose Bowl ahead of Washington. It's now tradition at all of the Oregon Ducks football games to play "The Pick" on the DuckVision right before the Ducks run onto the field.