Sep 1, 2014 6:35 PM
Washington turns to Miles at QB for Week 2
The Associated Press
SEATTLE (AP) Washington will turn to Cyler Miles at quarterback when the No. 25 Huskies make their home debut under coach Chris Petersen.
Miles will start against Eastern Washington, Petersen announced on Monday. He replaces Jeff Lindquist, who struggled to move the offense for most of Washington's 17-16 win at Hawaii in the opener. Miles was suspended for spring camp and the season's first game for his involvement in two assaults the night of the Super Bowl in February. He wasn't charged in the incidents.
Miles was the favorite to win the starting job before the off-field troubles. He made a spot start against Oregon State a year ago and completed 15 of 22 passes for 162 yards with one touchdown and no interceptions in guiding the Huskies to a win.