By Shane Dale
When the Arizona Board of Regents met in March to discuss an alarming ESPN report about Arizona Wildcats men's basketball coach Sean Miller, the regents seemed to come away confident that Miller was not guilty of any wrongdoing.
That same positivity appeared to be missing following Thursday's closed-door meeting in Phoenix, when regents met once again to discuss the future of UA hoops following the conclusion of a trial centered on corruption in the sport.
"It’s a little bit different than the last time," Bruce Pascoe, UA basketball beat writer for the Arizona Daily Star in Tucson, told ABC15. "I think I [READ MORE HERE]
Source: ABC 15 Sports