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    Quote Originally Posted by muskiefan82 View Post
    What were the conditions of the plea? Did he have to provide information they can use for other prosecutions?
    Report didn’t say. Only said that he wouldn’t have to testify in court and therefore no more info on Miller and Zona would be coming out in open court.

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    Quote Originally Posted by muskiefan82 View Post
    What were the conditions of the plea? Did he have to provide information they can use for other prosecutions?
    I read somewhere that no he did not have to.

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    [URL="https://sports.yahoo.com/sources-arizonas-sean-miller-lsus-will-wade-notified-will-subpoenaed-federal-hoops-corruption-trial-180149786.html"Yahoo Sports: Arizona's Sean Miller and LSU's Will Wade Notified They Will Be Subpoenaed in Federal Hoops Corruption Trial[/URL]

    Mark your calendars for April 22.

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    This will be fascinating to watch. I was wondering how LSU got good so fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XUGRAD80 View Post
    Book Richardson has taken a plea deal and pleaded guilty to one count of federal funds bribery. Faces up to 2 years of jail time, but expected to get much less. By doing this he will not face further trial and thus Sean Miller and Arizona can rest a little easier.
    Quote Originally Posted by X-band '01 View Post
    [URL="https://sports.yahoo.com/sources-arizonas-sean-miller-lsus-will-wade-notified-will-subpoenaed-federal-hoops-corruption-trial-180149786.html"Yahoo Sports: Arizona's Sean Miller and LSU's Will Wade Notified They Will Be Subpoenaed in Federal Hoops Corruption Trial[/URL]
    One of these things is not like the other.
    ...he went up late, and I was already up there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulxu View Post
    One of these things is not like the other.
    When I made the first post there was no indication that Miller would be subpoenaed. The thought was that avoiding a trial would keep Miller from being implicated in any wrongdoing by any testimony made in open court. It will be interesting to see if he sticks to his story or changes it under threat of perjury.

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    Book is going to jail. Another UA coach is fired for academic fraud issues. NCAA (or is it the FBI?) is looking at a third but former assistant coach from ‘Zona.

    UA kinda sucks this year.

    How does Miller survive this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by XU 87 View Post
    How does Miller survive this?
    unless he's indicted, this is how he survives thishttps://247sports.com/college/arizon...tball/Commits/
    "The only time you take your hands off an opponent's throat is to get a better grip" - Byron Larkin

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    Some interesting parts in Yahoo and ESPN reports:

    Arizona officials have denied multiple open-records requests from ESPN for any subpoenas the university received from the federal government for information and grand jury testimony related to the investigation. They also have declined to provide Miller's cellphone records and his correspondence with university officials. They repeatedly cited "the balancing test established by the Arizona courts to protect the best interests of the state" in their refusal to release the records.
    Arizona has been closely monitoring and investigating Miller’s situation. The school has spent more than $1 million in legal fees on the case and the Arizona Board of Regents has met multiple times in executive session about the future of the program. The latest meeting came in early February in closed session for “legal advice and discussion regarding University of Arizona Men’s Basketball.”

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    this one needs some popcorn. just sit back and wait what will happen next. :D :D :D

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