With Pac-12 media days — both of them! — now in the past, let’s wrap it all up with some links.
— Here’s our main story in today’s newspaper, focusing on Cyler Miles‘ one-game suspension to start the season.
— Here’s our notebook with more from Chris Petersen on the medical retirement of Tumwater native Jaimie Bryant.
— And if you missed it last night, we posted a lengthy transcript of Petersen’s lunch-time interview with a few reporters on Thursday afternoon.
— Chris Dufresne at the Los Angeles Times takes a look at Petersen’s decision to take the UW job, and concludes that his various flirtations with UCLA and USC were never likely to come to fruition.
— Petersen and former UW coach Steve Sarkisian appeared together earlier today on ESPN.
— The Oregonian looks at Petersen’s relationship with Oregon coach Mark Helfrich.
— SB Nation calls Petersen the Pac-12’s new favorite nice guy.
— Interesting note from FBSschedules.com, which notes that Petersen is the most successful active FBS coach when it comes to winning after a bye week.
— The Spokesman-Review has this report on Miles and UW’s quarterback situation.
— Stewart Mandel wrote this story about Petersen yesterday.
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