Apple Cup 2011 Score Update: Keith Price Sets Record On Chris Polk TD Catch

In his first season at the helm, Keith Price has already rewritten the record books. With his last pass, a touchdown to Chris Polk, Price broke the Washington single-season record for touchdown passes in a season. The touchdown, which was his 29th, breaks the mark set by Cody Pickett.

Washington's offense was firing on all cylinders on the drive, taking only three passes to find the end zone. Polk got himself free and found himself manned-up on Alex Hoffman-Ellis, creating a clear mismatch leading to the touchdown.

But Washington State answered, and did so almost immediately. After a quick dig route to Jared Karstetter with a 15-yard roughing penalty tacked on, Marshall Lobbestael found Marquess Wilson on a quick screen and the speedy receiver did the rest. Wilson slipped through a couple tackles, bounded into the end zone and the Cougars cut the Huskies lead to seven again.

With just about four minutes to go in the third, Washington leads Washington State in the Apple Cup, 28-21.

Stay tuned to our Apple Cup StoryStream for more on the game. To discuss the Apple Cup with UW fans, head over to UW Dawg Pound. To talk about the game with WSU fans, check out CougCenter.

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