Arizona’s Sean Miller will not coach the Wildcats on Saturday night against Oregon, sources told Yahoo Sports. Miller has come under increasing scrutiny this week after media reports further linked he and his coaching staff to the ongoing federal investigation of corruption in college basketball. ESPN reported Friday that FBI wiretaps recorded a discussion between Miller and former ASM Sports agency employee Christian Dawkins discussing a payment of $100,000 in exchange for signing Deandre Ayton.
Documents and bank records obtained in discovery during the federal investigation into the underbelly of college basketball detail in meticulous fashion the expenditures of prominent former NBA agent Andy Miller, his former associate Christian Dawkins and his agency, ASM Sports, including expense reports and balance sheets that list cash advances, as well as entertainment and travel expenses for high school and college prospects and their families.
An investigation into former NBA agent Andy Miller and his agency, ASM Sports, has revealed potential rule violations by at least 20 Division I schools and 25 players, according to Yahoo Sports. The documents in the probe allege that Miller’s agency had been giving loans and other financial incentives to some of high school and college basketball’s best prospects in hopes of winning their business once they became pros.
MSU Interim AD Bill Beekman:“After learning of the allegations in yesterday’s Yahoo Sports article our compliance office conducted a thorough internal review. Michigan State presented its findings to the NCAA, and Miles Bridges has been cleared for competition moving forward..."
Last night's story, with @PeteThamel: Yahoo Sports viewed Christian Dawkins' 2016 emails and saw how college basketball business gets done -- with potential NCAA implications for some high-profile programs https://yhoo.it/2BN3GQ7
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