With Washington slumping, Price may miss next game



SEATTLE (AP) — The hits are taking a toll on Washington starting quarterback Keith Price.

Coach Steve Sarkisian said Monday that Price would not practice and may not start Saturday when the Huskies play at Oregon State. If Price can’t play, redshirt freshman Nick Montana would start against the Beavers.

Price was to undergo an MRI exam on Monday on his injured left knee after having to leave the Huskies’ 40-17 loss to USC last Saturday. Price was tangled up during a sack in the third quarter and spent the rest of the day on the bench.

Price has endured multiple injuries during the season. Both ankles and now both knees have been hurt. He’s tried to smile and limp through it, but he finally may be forced to take a week off.