The time is upon us. The moment is now. Join the movement.
Keith Price for Heisman.
Because it just feels right.
17 in ’10.
Pretty douchy move bro. Back your team and quarterback like a real fan.
This isn’t as douchy as you might think.
Montana for Heisman!!
Easy Chris, Husky Nation is not the fricken Tea Party. The Host will not have his Montlake pass revoked anytime soon. Jake will play out and go the first round. Price has a skill-set that induces imaginary grandoise implications for those who follow the entire roster and it’s future. It’s like he’s the invisible guy most overlook, however sleeping on his Husky future is understandable because like most I’m still dreaming Jake dreams. I got room in my dome for both. My Phantasom Factory doesn’t end there, how about Josh Shirley’s future on D, or Callier, and Deontae Cooper going to the house. Doesn’t mean I don’t cream for Polk.
yeah… I cream for Polk
Dang.. sorry for the double post. I feel like the kid with glasses in the “Sandlot”.
If Keith beats Oregon this weekend I will personally make sure that Reggie Bush’s vacated Heisman is giving to him.
[…] few weeks ago, I started the Keith Price For Heisman campaign (KP4H, to the initiated). Part of my thinking behind this crusade is that it was a fun, […]
[…] all that wishful thinking reminded me of a moment roughly one year ago when I crowned Keith Price a future Heisman Trophy winner. I went out on a limb with my imagination, never expecting that just twelve months later, Price […]
[…] Price is a demigod. He’s truly becoming KP4H. Two years ago, when I joked about Price one day winning the Heisman, I never thought he’d […]
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