Price earns Flaherty while Polk takes home third straight MVP award.
Huskies have beaten Trojans two seasons in a row - both on last-second field goals.
Washington and Oregon kick off Saturday night at 7:30 p.m. (ROOT Sports/FSN).
Versatile defensive lineman has been a regular for four years.
Sarkisian's ability to get Huskies immediately turned around following routs is part of why the program is steadily rising.
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2011: Started all 13 games, at defensive tackle in the first three and at defensive end in the last 10 ... named Pac-12 Special Teams Player of the Week after the Hawai'i game, when he blocked two PATs ... served as a game captain for the Nebraska game ... season-high six tackles (all solo) vs. California ... three tackles and a sack vs. Hawai'i ... also had three tackles and a sack in the win over Colorado ... five tackles at Stanford ... three tackles each vs. EWU, Nebraska, Utah, Arizona, Oregon and WSU ... two tackles, including half a tackle for loss, in the Alamo Bowl ... won the team's Husky Lifting Award at the team's postseason banquet.
2010: Played in and started all 13 games in 2010 ... started the first three and the last five (of the regular season) at defensive end and the other five at defensive tackle ... season-high six tackles, including a sack, in the win at USC ... also had six stops at Oregon ... four total tackles, including two-and-a-half for a loss, in the win at California ... four tackles, with half a sack, in the Apple Cup at Washington State ... four tackles vs. Stanford ... three tackles in the Holiday Bowl win over Nebraska ... two tackles, one for a loss, vs. Oregon State.
2009: Played in 10 of the Huskies' 12 games, missing the first two before playing in the final 10 ... started three games at one defensive tackle position: Oregon, Washington State and California ... made three tackles, including a 15-yard sack, and forced a fumble, at Oregon State ... two tackles in the 42-10 win over No. 19 California ... two tackles in the season-opener vs. LSU.
2008: Played in 11 of the Huskies' 12 games during his true freshman season, seeing action in all but the BYU game ... started the final three games of the season (UCLA, Washington State, California) at one defensive end spot ... one of 12 true freshman to play in 2008, and one of nine to start at least one game ... season-high four tackles, including three for a loss and a sack, vs. UCLA ... two tackles, including a sack, vs. Notre Dame ... two tackles, one for a loss, vs. Oklahoma ... also notched two tackles each vs. Notre Dame and Cal ... won the Travis Spring Most Outstanding Freshman (Defense) award at the team's postseason awards banquet.
HIGH SCHOOL & PERSONAL: Named an All-American by PrepStar and Superprep magazines ... helped Kennedy to a co-league championship his senior year ... credited with 60 tackles, including 17 sacks, as a senior ... selected to play in the Offense-Defense All-America Game in Miami following his senior year ... named to the 3A all-state first team as a defensive lineman by the Associated Press ... also made the Seattle Times all-state team ... selected to the All-Seamount League first team as a tight end and as a defensive lineman as a senior ... one of just four Washingtonians who picked up votes in the Long Beach Press-Telegram "Best in the West" rankings ... member of the Orange County Register's "Fab 15" second team ... one of only six players named a "blue chip" prospect by the Seattle Times ... one of only nine players named a "Northwest Nugget" by the Tacoma News-Tribune ... also made the News-Tribune's Western 100 rankings ... member of the Seattle Times' "Star Times" team and the Seattle Post-Intelligencer all-area team ... as a junior, teaming with current Husky Nate Williams, helped the Lancers to the state championship game, where they fell in overtime ... earned first-team all-league at tight end and defensive end as a junior ... also made the state semifinals as a sophomore ... rated the nation's No. 13 defensive lineman by Superprep ... listed by Scout.com, Superprep and Rivals.com as the No. 2 overall prospect in the state of Washington ... Scout named him the No. 122 overall prospect and the No. 12 defensive end in the country ... Rivals also rated him the No. 10 "weakside defensive end" and the No. 176 overall prospect in the nation ... also played basketball at Kennedy ... played football at Kennedy for coach Bob Bourgette.