SEATTLE (AP) - Washington will begin its earliest spring practice under Steve Sarkisian on Tuesday and at the top of the agenda is getting Keith Price back to being the quarterback he was two years ago and not the inconsistent player he was in 2012.
Price threw 19 touchdowns against 13 interceptions last season as a junior when the Huskies went 7-6. It was part of a significant drop in Washington's passing game from Price's sophomore season when he set a school record with 33 touchdown passes.
Everything during spring ball will be structured for Price, who has a glut of talented young quarterbacks behind him, led by Cyler Miles, Jeff Lindquist and early-enrollee Troy Williams. While getting time for the youngsters is important, getting Price back to top form is the priority.

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