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The Arizona Board of Regents will vote on amended contract language for head basketball coach Sean Miller this week that could result in a $1 million penalty if he is found guilty of a major NCAA infraction or charged with a crime, according to the Arizona Republic‘s Anne Ryman.
Miller’s contract already included language that allows the University of Arizona to recoup bonuses and up to $300,000 if he’s found guilty of commiting “major or repetitive” NCAA violations. The head coach has provisionally agreed to the potential penalty.
“With this contract addition, Coach Miller has demonstrated his commitment to a program that follows the rules and the university has made it clear that it expects no less,” school spokesman Tony Proudfoot told Ryman.
The proposed amendment follows a turbulent season that saw the Wildca