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Season Grades: Quarterback

Keith Price (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

Now that the Washington Huskies have completed their 2012 regular season, it's time to go back and look at the pluses and minuses and assign grades. As the old saying goes, the quarterbacks probably get more praise and blame than they deserve, but like it or not they are a big focal point of any team. And Keith Price certainly had the spotlight on him all year long.

The Good - First, Keith was able to play every game, and although he had to suffer through the dings that every player has to go through over the course of a season he played every meaningful down. And that was big not only for the team, but for him as he heads into the most important off-season of his UW career. He doesn't have to focus on rehabilitation or wondering if his knees and ankles can...

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