Sean Miller is out at Arizona.
After 12 years – the past three of which were mired with allegations – the school is reportedly moving on from Miller, firing him on Wednesday amidst an investigation following a federal probe regarding corruption.
BREAKING: Arizona has parted ways with Sean Miller, sources told @Stadium. Spent 12 years at UA, had one year left on contract.— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanHoops) April 7, 2021
Miller was charged with head coach responsibility for failure to promote atmosphere of compliance. Administration stuck by Miller for 4 years.
Arizona finished last season 17-9, but served a self-imposed postseason ban in response to several NCAA violations.
Miller leaves Arizona with a 302–109 record, five Pac-12 regular season titles, and three conference tournament championships. He guided the Wildcats to the NCAA Tournament Elite 8 three times.