Keith Price injured his shoulder on Friday night as Washington took on UCLA. It is unclear how he got injured, though he was able to finish out the first half. Prior to the third quarter, Price was shown warming up on the sidelines in obvious pain. He then went to the locker room and returned shortly after in street clothes.
Cyler Miles, a highly-regarded freshman, entered in relief of Price to begin the second half. Miles had only played sparingly in backup duty this season up to that point. He hooked up with Austin Seferian-Jenkins on a one-yard touchdown pass to cap off his first drive under center.
Price, a senior, is having his best season yet with the Huskies. He's thrown for 2,662 yards, 19 touchdowns and just four interceptions, leading the Huskies to a solid 6-3 start to the year. It is unclear if he will be able to play next weekend when UW travels to Corvallis to take on the Oregon State Beavers.