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Topic - Keith Price
Steve Sarkisian was named the head coach at Southern California on Monday, leaving Washington to return to the Trojans' storied football program for another run at national titles.
He'll be the permanent replacement for Lane Kiffin, who was fired earlier in the season and replaced on an interim basis by Ed Orgeron. The Trojans went 6-2 under Orgeron.
His 84-8 record over eight years probably entitles Boise State University head football coach Chris Petersen to a throne fit for the king of Idaho football, not the diminutive stool offered Monday for him to sit in at a press conference ahead of Saturday's season opener against the University of Washington.
No. 1 Alabama (1-0) vs. Western Kentucky (1-0), 3:30 p.m. (SEC Network)
The Pac-12 underwent some major changes during the offseason, adding four new coaches and an influx of fast-paced offenses.
Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III wasn't dazzling Thursday night, but he didn't need to be as No. 15 Baylor still pulled out an incredible 67-56 victory over Washington.
Like it or not, the BCS championship game will be a rematch between LSU and Alabama.
Last year's embarrassing Holiday Bowl loss to Washington showed 11th-ranked Nebraska what happens when a team isn't ready to play.
Jake Locker gets one more day to convince Washington's medical staff that he's healthy enough to take the field with a broken rib in the final home game of his career.
"It was a business decision," said Washington quarterback Keith Price, a Compton, Calif., native. "I'm not mad at him. His family is first. It would have been nice to get another game with him _ my last game. But things happen. We have to move on. Whoever our coach is going to be for the bowl game, we're going to play hard. There's still a lot to accomplish this season."
"It was a business decision," said Washington quarterback Keith Price, a Compton, Calif., native. "I'm not mad at him. His family is first. It would have been nice to get another game with him — my last game. But things happen. We have to move on. Whoever our coach is going to be for the bowl game, we're going to play hard. There's still a lot to accomplish this season."