Keith Price needed to be scared only one time by a lower-division opponent.
It came in the first start of his sophomore season at Washington back in 2011. Price, the Huskies quarterback, played well that day against Eastern Washington, throwing for three touchdowns, but was left watching as the Huskies needed a late interception to avoid a loss to the Eagles from the FCS.
With that history, Price is the last player on the roster of No. 17 Washington who's going to overlook Idaho State, the Huskies' opponent on Saturday.
''I'm definitely not looking past them,'' Price said. ''I had a scare already and that's all I needed. I'm not looking past them by any means.''
Saturday is the final tuneup for Washington (2-0) after blowing out Boise State and knocking off Illinois 34-24 last Saturday, and before beginning Pac-12 Conference play with a brutal four-game run. The Huskies start with Arizona at home, before going to No. 5 Stanford, hosting No. 2 Oregon and closing out the run at No...