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Morning links: Wrapping up Wednesday's practice (and Cyler Miles' apology)

Cyler Miles spoke for three minutes on Wednesday, which was long enough to dominate the Washington Huskies news cycle for a few hours. It starts anew this morning as UW returns to the practice field at 10 a.m. For now, here are links.

--- First, a reminder that a public memorial for longtime UW athletic-department employee Abner Thomas will be held at 1 p.m. today in the Don James Center.

--- Here's our story in today's newspaper about Miles and his apology for the Feb. 2 incident that led to his suspension.

--- Former UW coach Jim Lambright no-showed for his arraignment on an assault charge.

--- NFL.com has a rundown of Wednesday's fall camp action, with a lead-in about Miles and UW.

--- The UW Daily has this story recapping Wednesday.

--- Here's the Wednesday practice report from WSU -- or Lewiston, rather, where it's only about 146 degrees this week.

--- Arizona received a commitment from a three-star cornerback.

--- Arizona State quarterback Taylor Kelly got some private coaching this offseason.

--- A few longtime backups are finally getting their chance to play bigger roles at Stanford. Andrus Peat wants to be meaner.

--- An Oregon State freshman is trying to find the right position.

--- Oregon linebacker Danny Mattingly -- the younger brother of former WSU linebacker Andy Mattingly -- is the Ducks' wild man.

--- UCLA coach Jim Mora said Myles Jack won't be taking any reps at running back in fall camp.

--- A receiver will wear No. 1 for USC this season, which is no easy task.

--- Check out Utah's new uniforms.

--- Colorado hopes for some production out of a defensive end whose spring was cut short by injury.

Christian Caple can be reached at christian.caple@thenewstribune.com. Twitter: @ChristianCaple

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