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QB Keith Prices Takes Blame, Explains Huskies Losses

Quarterback Keith Price said he hasn't been playing with the usual and necessary "swagger" over the past couple of weeks. Quarterback Keith Price said he hasn't been playing with the usual and necessary "swagger" over the past couple of weeks.

The Huskies flat out didn't get it done over the weekend against No. 2 Oregon, losing to the Ducks for the ninth straight time.

The 55-21 loss was a frustrating outcome for the team, as they felt they were prepared for the challenges the Ducks presented.

Quarterback Keith Price put the blame on himself, saying his two-interception and no-touchdown performance just doesn't cut it.

"I have to enjoy the game, and I don't think I've been enjoying the game in the past couple of weeks," said Price. "I haven't been playing with the same passion as I was last year and the same pep in my game, the same confidence, the same – I don't know – swagger.

"I'm just anxious to get back to that, and you're going to see a lot of that this week.:

The Huskies host No. 11 USC this weekend at CenturyLink Field.

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