UW starting quarterback Cyler Miles and Damore’ea Stringfellow have been suspended indefinitely by the team for their connection with two assaults that happened during the Super Bowl celebration in Seattle.
Here are some details from the assault via the The Komo News:
The victim later told officers the men asked him and his girlfriend if they were Seahawks fans. He said they were and asked the men if they were Broncos fans.
According to the report, the victim and his girlfriend tried to walk away but were stopped by the men, and a scuffle started during which the victim was punched multiple times in the face.
The woman driving the sedan kept yelling for the men to get back in the car, which they did when a number of neighbors came out to the street to help the victim, according to the report.
A friend of the victim said the two attackers sounded like the men involved in an earlier assault near the couches that were set on fire following the Seahawks’ victory.
According to the report, the friend pulled the images of the men up on the University of Washington football team’s website, and the victim recognized them as his attackers.
It seems that the starting quarterback for the UW Huskies fan turned into a huge hater after that game. It is going to be awkward when he returns to the field. I am sure that there are a few Seahawks fans that are also UW fans.