The Washington Huskies had a very successful 2011 campaign where they finished 7-6 and reached a bowl game for the second straight season.
A major bright spot for the Dawgs was the play of junior quarterback Keith Price.
Price, after taking over for Jake Locker after he went on to the NFL, performed extremely well in his first starting season, setting school records in touchdown passes (33) and finishing second in passing yards (3,063 yards).
Nonetheless, Husky fans are eager to see their team return to dominance reminiscent of the early 2000s, where UW was competing for Rose Bowls.
Price will undoubtedly play a major role in the successes or failures of the 2012 Huskies, and a healthy Price could mean a great deal.
Even with his gaudy 2011 numbers, Price could still find a few parts of his game to tweak, which could even make him a Heisman hopeful next season.
Here is an analysis of Price’s strengths and weaknesses.