Arizona's Sean Miller on FBI wiretapping allegations: 'I will be vindicated'
Arizona basketball head coach Sean Miller said he "will be vindicated," defending himself less than 24 hours after news reports surfaced that the FBI intercepted telephone conversations where he talked about paying $100,000 to ensure a star player signed with the Wildcats.
Miller won't be coaching Arizona when they play Oregon Saturday night, however. That duty will fall to associate head coach Lorenzo Romar.
"I believe it is in the best interest of our team that I not coach the game tonight," Miller said in a statement Saturday afternoon.
Amid the scandal, the... read more
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