FROM HOLLYWOOD — Washington coach Chris Petersen fielded many questions at Pac-12 media day about quarterbacks.
Or, rather, about one quarterback. And not either of the two who practiced during spring.
UW confirmed earlier Thursday that Cyler Miles, who was suspended during spring practice while being investigated for an alleged assault — the prosecutor eventually declined to file charges — will not play in the Huskies’ season opener at Hawaii.
Miles was reinstated to the team in mid-May, and will practice with the team when camp begins Aug. 4 and, Petersen said, will have every chance to win the starting quarterback job.
But not for the opener. Read more »