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(Eight (Arizona PBS))   University of Arizona coach Sean Miller refutes ESPN report, won't step down. "I have never knowingly violated NCAA rules while being head coach of this great program"   ( cronkitenews.azpbs.org) divider line
    More: Followup, University of Arizona, Christian Dawkins, Pacific-10 Conference, Deandre Ayton, Basketball, star recruit Ayton, Sports coaches, Tucson, Arizona  
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2018-03-01 09:53:18 PM  
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R.I.P. Sean Miller
 
2018-03-01 10:28:43 PM  
"I have never knowingly violated NCAA rules while being head coach of this great program."

Next week:  "I now realize making payments for player commitments was a violation of NCAA rules."
 
2018-03-01 10:37:17 PM  
This seems relevant.

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2018-03-01 10:47:56 PM  
Considering he can't pour water out of boot with the directions on the heel, it's not surprising that he didn't 'knowingly' violate rules.
 
2018-03-01 10:53:28 PM  
Refutation is something other than contradiction

No MP references, please.
 
2018-03-01 11:51:22 PM  
So the incriminating phone transcripts will be released next week then?
 
2018-03-02 12:51:39 AM  
I wonder if Subby was trying to troll a bit with his source here. Quoting from the footer:

Cronkite News is the news division of Arizona PBS. The daily news products are produced by the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University.
 
2018-03-02 07:36:19 AM  

little big man: "I have never knowingly violated NCAA rules while being head coach of this great program."

Next week:  "I now realize making payments for player commitments was a violation of NCAA rules."


You forgot to mention the overzealous staffers and how is a multimillionaire supposed to keep track of NCAA rules regarding STUDENT ATHLETES.

/Pay the players
//Then the players can pay the market rate for their education
 
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