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Price Brings Back Old Game To New Home

Price and Southwick (USA Today Sports)

SEATTLE - Keith Price admitted he hadn't smiled that much in a long time, yet it was hard to ignore the perma-grin attached to his face Saturday night. His Washington Huskies had just beaten No. 19 Boise State in front of a sell-out Husky Stadium - the newly renovated Husky Stadium.

The stadium, at a price tag of $261M, had all the bells and whistles you could imagine. And in the fourth quarter the new public address system started pumping out House of Pain's 'Jump Around' while the Dawg Pack and marching band hopped madly in place and twirled towels and basically went nuts. It was all quite a sight for Washington fans used to seeing the students in a totally different...

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