Arizona men's basketball coach Sean Miller vehemently denied an ESPN report that detailed his alleged involvement in a discussion to pay Deandre Ayton. Later Thursday, the school's president and board of regents declared support for the coach.
Arizona Coach Sean Miller unequivocally denied accusations that he paid star freshman center Deandre Ayton to play basketball at the university in a fiery statement he delivered Thursday in Tuscon. “Let me be very, very clear: I have never discussed with [sports agent] Christian Dawkins paying Deandre Ayton to attend the University of Arizona,” Miller […]
The timeline of a report stating that Sean Miller was caught on a wiretap discussing a $100,000 payment for Deandre Ayton with Christian Dawkins has been called into question. According to 247 Sports, the timeframe of calls that were intercepted between Miller and Dawkins was June 19th, 2017, through September 25th, 2017, the day before
CJ Moore, a writer for The Athletic and for Bleacher Report, joined Rob Dauster on Monday morning to work through everything that happened is a weird weekend in college basketball, from the alleged payments that were made to Miles Bridges, Wendell Carter and a handful of other elite basketball players to Sean Miller allegedly being
Deandre Ayton has abided by all rules and regulations and is fully eligible to participate as a member of the men's basketball team, attorney says.
The lawyer representing the family of DeAndre Ayton, is denying any wrongdoing and urging that Ayton's name be publicly cleared.
Arizona freshman Deandre Ayton had a dominant game Saturday despite the Wildcats' loss to Oregon and the absence of head coach Sean Miller in the wake of an ESPN report that detailed Miller's alleged involvement to pay Ayton $100,000 to attend the school.
Arizona coach Sean Miller sat out against Oregon, a day after ESPN, citing anonymous sources, reported he was heard on an FBI wiretap discussing a $100,000 payment to current Wildcats freshman Deandre Ayton
Deandre Ayton put up an 18-16, but without its coach No. 14 Arizona lost in overtime to Oregon 98-93.
Sean Miller is not coaching tonight’s Arizona basketball game against Oregon, after reports that FBI wiretaps intercepted phone calls in which Miller discussed paying Deandre Ayton $100,000 to ensure the star recruit signed with the Wildcats. Show More Summary
A lawyer representing the family of Deandre Ayton called allegations involving the Arizona star freshman false and urged the FBI, the NCAA and the university to come out publicly and clear his name.
Despite not being on the sideline Saturday, Miller states he is "confident that I will be vindicated"
Arizona has decided Sean Miller will not coach against Oregon after an ESPN report said an FBI wiretap caught him arranging a payment for Deandre Ayton.
Arizona announced on Saturday afternoon that Deandre Ayton will be eligible to play the rest of the season. The Wildcats play at Oregon on Saturday night. On Friday night, ESPN reported that Sean Miller was caught on a wiretap during the FBI’s investigation into corruption in college basketball discussing a $100,000 payment to secure the
Until the league fixes its age minimum rule, its future stars will be caught up in scandal before they even touch an NBA court. Arizona basketball head coach Sean Miller reportedly offered $100,000 to a person who could deliver primo prospect Deandre Ayton, a potential No. Show More Summary
Following a bombshell report from ESPN on Friday night that Sean Miller is caught on a wiretap discussing a $100,000 payment for superstar recruit Deandre Ayton, the Arizona head coach will not be coaching the Wildcats on Saturday night when they play at Oregon. It seems as if Miller’s tenure in Tucson is coming to
Mark Emmert said the NCAA has been in touch with every school involved in the FBI investigation, but said it's up to Arizona to make a decision on Sean Miller and recruit Deandre Ayton.
Arizona coach talked about making $100,000 payment for Deandre Ayton to play for Wildcats, according to an ESPN report.
After the FBI has gone through more than three thousand hours of phone calls, it was found out that Arizona Wildcats Coach Sean Miller has negotiated behind closed doors with Christian Dawkins to secure DeAndre Ayton’s enrollment for...Show More Summary
The Arizona coach is the third head coach formally linked to the FBI investigation. An ESPN report directly links Arizona head coach Sean Miller to the college basketball scandal that has rocked the sport in recent months. Miller, according...Show More Summary