SEATTLE (AP) — Keith Price is often his own worst critic. It's part of the humble nature that has quickly endeared the Washington quarterback to so many fans.
So, when he came out following the Huskies' season-opening win over San Diego State and chastised himself despite completing a career-high 25 passes and throwing for a touchdown, it seemed natural.
Price will need to be at his best if the Huskies are to have any shot at pulling an upset Saturday night against No. 3 LSU and the Tigers' standout defense. But if his past performances on big stages are any indication, the Huskies might just get a dynamic night from their junior quarterback.
Last season, two of Price's best showings came on the road at Nebraska and in the Alamo Bowl versus Baylor.