Dozens of NFL Scouts from at least 19 NFL teams attended Washington’s pro day, Wednesday. Among the players participating were former quarterback Keith Price, tight end Austin Sefarian-Jenkins, running back Bishop Sankey and wide receivers Kevin Smith and James Johnson.
Steve, Bill & Jason talk with Seattle Thunderbirds head coach Steve Konowalchuk, UW Husky Football QB Keith Price, SDSU Basketball play by play announcer Ted Leitner, MLB.com columnist Mike Ferrin, and Seattle Times Mariners beat writer Ryan Divish
Both Lindquist and Williams will take repetitions with the “No. 1 offense,” which is really in name only as coach Petersen added that he is working with a clean slate as far as the depth chart is concerned.
The Huskies enter the game with a shot at nine victories for the first time in 13 years — the 2001 Rose Bowl Champions (2000 season), led by Marques Tuiasosopo, who will coach the Dawgs in their fourth straight bowl appearance.
With senior quarterback Keith Price graduating after the bowl game, new head coach Chris Petersen inherits Miles, Jeff Lindquist and true freshman Troy Williams as his quarterbacks. Only Miles has started a game in the NCAA, a 69-27 win over Oregon State.
Behind 200 rushing yards from Bishop Sankey and a couple of late interceptions from the defense, Washington overcame a 10-3 halftime deficit to win its 68th Apple Cup Friday, at Husky Stadium.
Washington still does not know whether quarterback Keith Price will start in Friday’s Apple Cup against rival Washington State, although his recovery from a shoulder injury is ahead of where he was a week ago.
Huskies’ starting quarterback, Keith Price, practiced Thursday, throwing the football for the first time since injuring his shoulder late in the first half against UCLA last Friday. Washington head coach Steve Sarkisian is closely monitoring his progress and will make a decision on who will start, Friday.
Every opportunity the program has had to seemingly take that proverbial “next step” has come and gone without being seized. Washington head coach Steve Sarkisian is tired of being “right there.” This week the Huskies are preparing for a sturdy test against an explosive Oregon State offense which is ranked second in the FBS with an average of 396.3 passing yards per game behind quarterback Sean Mannion and stalwart wide receiver Brandin Cooks.
Washington is preparing redshirt freshman quarterback Cyler Myles to make his first college start against Oregon State with the status of Keith Price uncertain.