The University of Arizona has fired Sean Miller as men’s basketball head coach, per multiple reports.
BREAKING: Arizona has parted ways with Sean Miller, sources told @Stadium. Spent 12 years at UA, had one year left on contract.
Miller was charged with head coach responsibility for failure to promote atmosphere of compliance. Administration stuck by Miller for 4 years.
— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanHoops) April 7, 2021
— 750 The Game (@750TheGame) April 7, 2021
Miller had been in Tucson since 2009. His team made the NCAA Tournament seven times, including three appearances in the Elite Eight.
Possible candidates to replace Miller include former Blazers guard and Pacific head men’s basketball coach Damon Stoudamire, as well as longtime Gonzaga assistant Tommy Lloyd, Georgia Tech’s Josh Pastner, and Arkansas’ Eric Musselman, among others.