Keith Price can say it now: He didn’t trust his offensive line last season.
“At the quarterback position, you got to trust everybody,” the Washington senior quarterback said Monday. “It’s hard to throw a ball already having bad thoughts.”
After three games in 2012, the Huskies had surrendered eight sacks, which was a harbinger of a woeful season of pass protection in which they allowed 38 sacks.
“We take those things personally because his play for the most part is…