After Miller presser, internet declares coach owner of ESPN
Arizona Wildcats coach Sean Miller was listed as the owner of the sports giant for a short time Thursday before it was corrected.
The comical sight on Wikipedia came after Miller addressed the media for the first time Thursday since an ESPN report alleged he was heard on an FBI wiretap about payments to secure the commitment of now-freshman Deandre Ayton.
“There was no such conversation,” Miller said in the press conference. “These statements have damaged me, my family, the university, Deandre Ayton and his entire family.”
Miller discredited the Feb. 23 report by ESPN’s Mark Schlabach, saying it was “inaccurate and completely false.”
After Miller’s press conference, ESPN said it “stands by its reporting on Miller and the FBI investigation.”
As per usual, Twitter went wild after all of this played out.
Sean Miller after he sues ESPN pic.twitter.com/4ZmKPgDNV9
— Nick (@n_honaker41) March 2, 2018
Sean Miller walking into the Arizona team meeting today pic.twitter.com/MYHLdVhzBV
— Tate Frazier (@tatefrazier) March 2, 2018
Sean Miller to the world pic.twitter.com/q9dc2XHbYj
— Justin Spears (@JustinESports) March 2, 2018
These three Sean Miller photos describe the last six days for Arizona fans I think pic.twitter.com/sWaEgGL4P4
— Matt Moreno (@MattGOAZCATS) March 1, 2018
— 👨🏽💻Cody Deeran💸 (@codeman_11) March 1, 2018
BREAKING: Exclusive pic of the FBI leaker that gave info to ESPN on UA and clearly has a vendetta against Sean Miller pic.twitter.com/BuH3xQI2wP
— Jarrett Carlen (@JarrettGC) March 2, 2018
Trying to figure out who to root for in the Sean Miller vs ESPN beef pic.twitter.com/0o9FaHZTmD
— Vinny Fazio (@VFaz31) March 1, 2018