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"Sarkisian said Price will be available on an emergency basis only against Oregon State. But the idea is to hold him out so the redshirt sophomore with 25 touchdown throws – second most in any UW season – can return next week in the Apple Cup at CenturyLink Field in Seattle."


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"“For whatever reason, I feel like when we’ve gone there and played, they just have played really, really well,” Sarkisian said. “They haven’t made any mistakes. Even two years ago when we went back there as a team, they played just a flawless game. We have to anticipate that being the case this Saturday, that they are going to play really well.”"


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"“I just think, regardless of who we’re playing, I think we’ve improved — I really do,” Sarkisian said. “We’ve got, obviously, a challenge in their ability to throw the football, Oregon State, with all four of those guys — the three wideouts and the tight end. We’ve got our work cut out for us on that aspect of it. But the key for us is we’ve always got to stop the run, initially.”"


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"And, yes, coach Steve Sarkisian has seen it, too. Price has been playing with multiple injuries much of the season — ankle, both knees — but there’s more than just a physical element to Price’s recent struggles. “I think when you start to struggle a little bit and you’re a young quarterback, you can have a tendency to press and to maybe try a little too hard,” Sarkisian said. “I think that’s been a part of it.”"


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"Montana, a redshirt freshman, has three years of collegiate eligibility left but may have to sit behind Price – a redshirt sophomore – for possibly two more years.Could Montana potentially transfer if he leads the Huskies to a dominating win over the Beavers?"


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"The role TV plays in NCAA fiduciary matters is of note because it further underlines the argument made by those who believe the student-athletes from major revenue sports (e.g. men’s basketball and football) are deserving a slice of the pie. This is where the lion’s share of the revenue comes from."


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"Is the Pac-12 title door open for Washington? OK, so it’s too early to go there, but with UCLA faltering and Arizona still finding its feet (albeit while winning), it seems fair to say that perhaps only Cal is better than the Huskies at this point in the season. And give Lorenzo Romar credit: The former SLU coach scheduled a nonconference road game at a very difficult arena versus an Atlantic 10 team many expect to press Temple and Xavier near the top of the league. This is a major challenge."


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"Arizona trailed by two points with 5:13 remaining, but managed just one basket the rest of the game and lost 67-57 to Mississippi State in the final of the 2K Sports Classic at Madison Square Garden. The Wildcats (3-1) managed just nine assists, five among the starters and nine free throw attempts."


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"It goes Washington and Cal, pick whichever you’d like atop the league, then Arizona. And the Wildcats aren’t a top-30 team as they are right now. UCLA probably comes next, but it’s got its issues to sort out. You think the Bruins or Wildcats are sure-fire reliable teams, worthy of rankings right now? You know they’re not."