Could Sean Miller wiretap report be wrong? Seeds of doubt arise with ESPN recruiting story
Questions continue to arise about ESPN's report of Arizona Wildcats coach allegedly being caught on an FBI wiretap discussing a $100,000 payment for Deandre Ayton to play.
Several media members have highlighted the holes in ESPN's narrative about the incident since the network broke the news last Friday.
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Here are some concerns:
1) Does the ESPN timeline add up?Several writers have wondered about ESPN's timeline in the report.
ESPN has adjusted... read more
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