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Does Washington have the defensive players in its secondary to slow down Marqise Lee and Robert Woods? And can the Huskies pull off another win over a ranked opponent this season?
Here is our Q&A with SB Nation's UW Dawg Pound. Here are their answers to our questions.
Price's struggles have been largely due to the injuries of those around him. He's playing behind what is basically UW's second string offensive line and his #2 wide receiver hasn't played a down this year, and will probably redshirt. He hasn't had time to throw, and on the rare occasions that he has his guys arent getting open like they should.
2. Despite Price's struggles, he is still a dual-threat quarterback. Generally, 'SC tends to struggle against those types of players. Who else on the offensive side of the ball should USC be concerned about?
The two guys you have to look out for are Austin Seferian-Jenkins, who is perhaps the best tight end in the country, as well as Kasen Williams. Williams hasn't been as much of a downfield threat as they'd have liked because of the troubles on the offensive line, but they throw him a lot of quick hitters because he's a nightmare for corners to try to tackle in the open field.
5. Prediction on the game? Can Washington pull off another upset against a ranked opponent?
I think the Huskies will probably keep it close enough to cover the spread. They've been a much better home team than road team of late -- if the game were in the Coliseum I wouldn't like them much at all -- but I don't think their offense is where it needs to be to keep pace. I think USC will win by around 10.