Keith Price injury: Washington QB leaves with thumb injury


Keith Price was under siege all game before heading back to the locker room due to a thumb injury.

Washington Huskies quarterback Keith Price left Saturday's game against Arizona State during the fourth quarter due to a thumb injury.

Price has played through injuries for much of his Washington career. He originally injured his thumb two weeks ago against Stanford, but played through the injury against Oregon then to start the game against the Sun Devils. Price took a number of hits against ASU and appeared to re-injure his thumb on a sack in the third quarter.

He appeared to be in pain on the sideline before heading back to the locker room with a trainer. Washington was struggling to get much of anything going even with Price, trailing the Sun Devils 46-24 before he went out. Price completed 16-of-39 passes for 217 yards before exiting. The extent of his latest injury is still unknown.

With Price out, redshirt freshman Cyler Miles came in at quarterback for the Huskies.

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