Emotionally drained, Keith Price spoke softly with his eyes red and his body battered.
Trying to carry Washington and making too many mistakes along the way left Price a wreck.
''Mentally it's rough dealing with something like this, knowing that you had an opportunity to win the game and I mess it up, and on several occasions,'' Price said. ''I'll grow from this. I've never really had to deal with stuff like this before and it's good for me.''
Price committed three turnovers in the fourth quarter to short-circuit Washington's attempts to rally from a 17-point deficit, and No. 11 USC held on for a 24-14 win over the Huskies on Saturday.
The final two turnovers charged to Price were a matter of situation, with a forced passed getting tipped for an interception and Price fumbling on a late scramble with 2 minutes remaining as he was hit from the side during a final frantic drive by the Huskies.
But it was his fumble inside the USC 5 with 11 minutes left that ended Washington's bes...