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Price, Huskies Ready to Challenge for Pac-12 Title
After showing promising signs during a 7-6 2012 campaign, the Washington Huskies are returning 18 starters this season with the intent of challenging for their first Pac-12 title since 2000. Leading the team in 2013 will be senior quarterback Keith Price, who has thrown 52 touchdown passes over the past two seasons. When Price goes to the air, his go-to targets will be a duo of explosive receivers in juniors Kasen Williams and Austin Seferian-Jenkins, who, in 2012, combined for 146 receptions, 1,730 yards, and 13 touchdowns. Joining Price in the backfield will be running back Bishop Sankey, who returns after a breakout sophomore season in which he amassed over 1,400 yards and scored 16 touchdowns.
Those who had Washington football tickets for home games last year know how exciting live Husky football can be, as they watched the team compile a 5-1 home record, including two unforgettable victories over then-undefeated, top-10 teams. The 2013 Washington football schedule will offer much of the same excitement, including a Week 1 home tilt against Boise State, against whom the Huskies will be looking to exact a measure of revenge after falling to the Broncos in a thrilling MAACO Bowl game in last year’s postseason. Regardless of which game you choose to attend, you won’t want to miss the action this season at the newly renovated Husky Stadium.