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November 26, 2013 at 11:32 AM

UW’s Keith Price says he’s preparing to start Apple Cup

Keith Price (left), with receiver Kevin Smith, watched the Huskies beat Oregon State from the sideline. (Dean Rutz/The Seattle Times)

Keith Price (left), with receiver Kevin Smith, watched UW beat Oregon State from the sideline. (Dean Rutz/The Seattle Times)

It’s an injury that Keith Price says can take some people months from which to recover.

Eleven days after injuring his throwing shoulder, Price says he isn’t 100 percent healthy, but he’s getting closer as the Huskies approach Friday’s Apple Cup against Washington State.

“I’m preparing to start,” UW’s senior quarterback says. “Everything I do is to start. Anything less than that will be extremely disappointing.”

Price’s streak of 25 consecutive starts was snapped in UW’s 69-27 victory over Oregon State on Saturday night. Redshirt freshman Cyler Miles made his first career start in Price’s place.

Price said he took about half the snaps during Tuesday morning’s practice.

“It was a serious injury,” he says. “Any type of injury to anything on your throwing shoulder is going to be huge. …

“I still have a long way to go in the next couple days.”

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