Posted November 19, 2011 on washington.scout.com
CORVALLIS - Steve Sarkisian had plenty of questions hurled his way after Washington's 38-21 loss to Oregon State Saturday at Reser Stadium. Why did Keith Price come in the game when he did, and could he have come in earlier? What's up with the defense? How did he feel Nick Montana's day went? Has the team started to lose belief in themselves?
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