Huskies coach Chris Petersen said quarterback Cyler Miles had "concussion-like symptoms" after Washington's 45-20 loss at Oregon on Saturday, and that he'll be evaluated on a day-by-day basis during practice this week.
Petersen said the plan is for Miles to start on Saturday against Arizona State.
"The plan is that," Petersen said. "But like I said, we’ll take it one day at a time."
Sophomore running back Dwayne Washington could also be a game-time decision, Petersen said, after he left the Oregon game with a chest injury. Redshirt freshman running back Lavon Coleman, who also left the game with an apparent injury, is in a little better shape, Petersen said.
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"I think he's better than a game-time decision," he said. "He looked pretty good today."
We'll have more from Petersen later.