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He is facing up to 60 years in prison and a

He is facing up to 60 years in prison and a $1.5 million fine if convicted of all federal charges.Sean Miller and two Arizona Wildcats began speaking Thursday about a season that could end in the Final Four, earlier in the postseason or maybe just somewhere in NCAA purgatory. If allegations against Arizona in the FBI’s college basketball investigation are quickly proven and translated into NCAA violations, the Wildcats could lose at least one player to ineligibility this season.

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He is facing up to 60 years in prison and a $1.5 million fine if convicted of all federal charges.

Sean Miller and two Arizona Wildcats began speaking Thursday about a season that could end in the Final Four, earlier in the postseason or maybe just somewhere in NCAA purgatory. If allegations against Arizona in the FBI’s college basketball investigation are quickly proven and translated into NCAA violations, the Wildcats could lose at least one player to ineligibility this season.

.5 million fine if convicted of all federal charges.

Sean Miller and two Arizona Wildcats began speaking Thursday about a season that could end in the Final Four, earlier in the postseason or maybe just somewhere in NCAA purgatory. If allegations against Arizona in the FBI’s college basketball investigation are quickly proven and translated into NCAA violations, the Wildcats could lose at least one player to ineligibility this season.

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Miller offered little insight during an earlier press conference for which the UA said only “basketball-related” questions would be answered. It’s about these guys competing, practicing hard every day and looking forward to the challenge ahead.”The statement Miller read Thursday was similar to the written one he issued Tuesday, when he said he was “devastated” to learn about Richardson’s arrest and promised to keep promoting an atmosphere of compliance.

The coach did not answer a question about whether he expected any possible sanctions or ineligible players this season.“I’m excited about our season, our team,” Miller responded. Miller, who also declined to answer a question about allegations that multiple UA coaches were associating with the agents alleged to have bribed Richardson, could face NCAA discipline under NCAA Bylaw 11.1.1.1 if UA-related allegations in the federal complaint are proven true.

Longtime Wildcats assistant Book Richardson is facing criminal charges in a sweeping federal corruption investigation.

Below is our collection of stories by Bruce Pascoe, Caitlin Schmidt, Greg Hansen, Tim Steller and Curt Prendergast, Arizona Daily Star UA basketball assistant coach Emanuel “Book” Richardson is accused of taking ,000 in bribes last summer and paying a recruit to commit to Arizona.

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