Washington sophomore quarterback Cyler Miles has been suspended for the season opener at Hawaii, UW coach Chris Petersen told The Seattle Times.

Miles, the overwhelming favorite to replace three-year starter Keith Price as UW’s starting quarterback this year, was linked to two assaults in post-Super Bowl incidents on the UW campus Feb. 2, but he was not ultimately charged. Miles served a three-month suspension, missing all of spring ball. Petersen reinstated Miles on May 14.

Receiver Damore’ea Stringfellow pleaded guilty to two counts of misdemeanor assault in the post-Super Bowl incidents, and his attorney told a King County judge that Stringfellow was “backing up his quarterback” during the altercations. In the first incident, Stringfellow admitted knocking down a young woman “in a harmful manner” at a celebratory bonfire after the Seahawks’ Super Bowl victory over the Denver Broncos. The woman, who was taking photos of the bonfire celebration, briefly lost consciousness after the altercation with Stringfellow.