'Teeth' Price is back
The first half of the season hasn't been kind to Keith Price. A front-loaded scheduled that included the dominant defenses of LSU, Stanford and Oregon, combined with a makeshift offensive line, has led to the Washington quarterback being sacked 12 times and hurried or hit on many other snaps through the first five games of the season. We haven't seen the fun-loving side of Price that we got so accustomed to last year... though there was a glimpse on Saturday vs. USC.
Price looked like he was going to be brought down behind the line of scrimmage before he flipped it out to running back Bishop Sankey, who took it into the red zone for a 15-yard gain. The QB then flashed that trademark smile that earned him the nickname "Teeth", a good sign for all Husky fans. Two plays later, Teeth Price found Kasen Williams in the end zone for a 17-yard touchdown pass that brought the Huskies within three.
Here's that smile we all love and the play that led to it: