Sean Miller will not coach Arizona vs. Oregon amid FBI probe, per reports

Sean Miller will reportedly not coach Arizona on Saturday night against Oregon. He might never coach the Wildcats again after he was reportedly recorded discussing a $100,000 payment to secure the commitment of Arizona freshman Deandre Ayton.

Greg Hansen of the Arizona Daily Star first reported the news that Miller would not be on the sidelines Saturday night.

Sean Miller will reportedly not coach Arizona vs. Oregon

An FBI wiretap reportedly caught Miller discussing the payment for Ayton — a highly coveted recruit in the 2017 class — with associates from Andy Miller’s ASM Sports agency, according to an ESPN report. An FBI probe into corruption in college basketball has focused on ASM Sports, and Yahoo released a detailed report about loans to players and other potential NCAA violations committed in connection to the agency Friday morning.

Miller has been Arizona’s head coach since the beginning of the 2009 season and has a 242-72 record with the Wildcats. Arizona, ranked 14th in the country, is 22-6 this season heading into Saturday night’s game.

Miller’s brother, Archie, is in his first season as Indiana’s head coach. He was not asked about the report regarding his brother after the Hoosiers lost in double overtime to Ohio State on Friday night.

The post Sean Miller will not coach Arizona vs. Oregon amid FBI probe, per reports appeared first on Land of 10.

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