Posted August 14, 2012 on
SEATTLE - It was a busy day out at Washington Tuesday as the Huskies took part in a 12-drive scrimmage that went for over two hours. There was plenty to talk about, and we spoke with Justin Wilcox, Keith Heyward, Johnny Nansen, Keith Price, Cody Bruns and Dick Baird about how things went.
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Keith Price always wears a smile. Even when he was hobbling on one healthy leg, which was the case during most of his first season as Washington's quarterback, he was smiling.
It's how Price gained the nickname ''Teeth Price.''
But ask him about his remarkable sophomore season for the Huskies and his school record for touchdown passes (33), and about leading...
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The NCAA football season is upon us, and the only thing more exciting than waiting for week one to arrive is waiting for the preseason awards lists to come out.
This year, the Washington Huskies have two players up for three awards in the preseason.
There could be a fourth depending on how the media portrays QB Keith Price’s performance through...
Arkansas has hired former University of Washington and USC defensive coordinator Nick Holt to handle its on-campus recruiting, a job formerly handled by the mistress of ex-coach Bobby Petrino.
Holt was the defensive coordinator at Washington from 2009-11 and at Southern California from 2006-08; from 2001-03, he was the linebackers coach at USC when the Trojans won the 2003 national...
Arkansas has hired former Washington and USC defensive coordinator Nick Holt to handle its on-campus recruiting, a job formerly handled by the now-fired mistress of ex-coach Bobby Petrino.
Coach John L. Smith announced the hire on Wednesday. Holt was the defensive coordinator at Washington from 2009-11 and at Southern California from 2006-08; from 2001-03, he was the linebackers...
SEATTLE - After Monday's practice - Day Seven of Fall Camp at Washington - Dawgman.com spoke to Travis Feeney, Andrew Hudson, Kasen Williams, Sione Potoae and John Timu. Here's what they had to say.
SEATTLE - Now that the five days are gone mandated by the NCAA to acclimate to full pads, the Washington Huskies have been raring to hit someone. On Tuesday they got that chance, going 12 series in a full scrimmage without the help of the coaches to guide them.