Steve Sarkisian's fourth year is beginning at Washington after an offseason where the Huskies underwent a complete makeover of the defensive coaching staff.
The Huskies started fall camp on Monday and while there are plenty of questions about what Washington will look like on defense, they are settled at the most important offensive position with the return of quarterback Keith Price.
Coming off one of the finest seasons in Washington history, Price returns for his junior campaign. Price threw for 3,063 yards and a school record 33 touchdowns last season. His year was capped in the Alamo Bowl when Price threw for 438 yards and accounted for seven touchdowns in the Huskies 67-56 loss to Baylor.