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Goodwin, an undrafted rookie from Washington, spent the season on Denver’s practice squad. The Broncos also added first-year receiver Tim Toone to their practice squad.
“I know the offense pretty well,” Goodwin said. “I’ve been making sure I pay attention to every week’s game plan.”
6. Keith Price, QB, Washington — OK, the Alamo Bowl performance sold me. In that thrilling loss to Baylor, Price actually outplayed 2011 Heisman winner Robert Griffin III, accounting for seven touchdowns — four passing, three rushing — and 477 yards of total offense. While it was far and away Price’s best performance of the season, it was the capper to a solid, under-the-radar year for the first-year starter. Thanks to the new television contracts for the Pac-12, Price should get some additional, much-needed exposure on the national scene. Of course, an improvement from the Huskies seven-win 2011 season wouldn’t hurt Price’s Heisman chances, either.
Keith Price is well-known to Pac-12 fans but he made a national splash after his spectacular showing at the Alamo Bowl. Price scored seven touchdowns—four passing, three rushing—and threw for 438 yards in a losing cause to Baylor.
5. Washington: The Huskies welcome back seven starters on both sides of the ball, including up-and-coming quarterback Keith Price. The question is how quickly the defense can improve under Justin Wilcox.
Instead, Dollar, the former Washington assistant, was left with his second “almost” of the season, a 91-83 road loss to Washington. Pair it with an 83-77 defeat to nationally ranked Virginia last month, and the Redhawks have been oh-so-close to two defining wins.
Bone spoke at some length about Washington, and specifically freshman point guard Tony Wroten. Bone said Wroten is “a pro, no doubt about it,” and praised his defensive effort, pointing out that Wroten had seven steals in the Huskies’ loss to Colorado.