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Keith Price threw a pair of third-quarter touchdown passes to become the school's all-time leader, and Washington returned renovated Husky Stadium with a stunning 38-6 blowout of No. 19 Boise State on Saturday, the worst loss in Chris Petersen's tenure as the Broncos head coach.
Price was intercepted on his first pass in the Huskies newly renovated home on the shores of Lake Washington. And he was nearly perfect from there, the first step in putting a disappointing 2012 season in the past.
Price completed 23 of 31 passes for 324 yards. He found Kasen Williams on a 19-yard TD on Washington's first possession of the second half and his 18-yard strike to Josh Perkins gave Washington a 24-6 lead late in the third quarter. It was Price's 56th career touchdown, passing Cody Pickett as Washington's all-time leader.
Petersen's worst loss was just as ugly as the final score indicated. The Broncos failed to finish drives offensively and simply could not stop Washing...
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SEATTLE - Keith Price admitted he hadn't smiled that much in a long time, yet it was hard to ignore the perma-grin attached to his face Saturday night. His Washington Huskies had just beaten No. 19 Boise State in front of a sell-out Husky Stadium - the newly renovated Husky Stadium.
Keith Price threw two second-quarter td passes to lead Washington to a 38-6 win over #19 Boise State in Husky Stadium last night. Price was 23-31 passing for 353 yards, while Bishop Sankey carried the ball 25 times for 161 as the Huskies rolled up 592 yards of offense, handing Chris Petersen the worst defeat of his career at Boise.
Three Dawg Night: The Huskies blocked a field goal...
The artwork on the field said, "Retake Montlake." The Washington Huskies did that in style, getting revenge on Boise State for last season's bowl game loss by throttling the Broncos 38-6 to christen their renovated stadium. The 38-6 defeat marks the worst loss ever for Chris Petersen at Boise State.
Washington quarterback Keith Price returned to his...
SEATTLE - Despite it being Labor Day and the start of a BYE week for the Washington Huskies, Washington Head Coach Steve Sarkisian conducted his weekly press conference. We've included the full 35-minute media session here, as well as interviews with Keith Price, Bishop Sankey, and John Timu.
August 31st – The Pac-12′s First Saturday
Washington opens new stadium with rout of No. 19 Boise State
From ESPN … Keith Price was back throwing touchdowns with a grin on his face, Washington returned to the shores of Lake Washington and Husky Stadium was drowning in a cacophony of noise.
The Huskies’ response to one of their most anticipated season openers...