The controversy surrounding the College of Arizona seems to be simply getting began.
Just a few days after the college fired head soccer coach Wealthy Rodriguez following studies that the college had launched an investigation into allegations of office misconduct, a former Wildcats quartback defended Rodriguez by downplaying the allegations and claiming that Arizona basketball coach Sean Miller has been paying gamers.
Matt Scott, who performed at Arizona from 2008-2012, criticized the college for what he perceived as a hypocritical determination to fireplace Rodriguez however preserve Miller.
“The way you gonna fireplace @CoachRodAZ over a false story and say “we wished to reaffirm our dedication to our values” and your not gonna fireplace Miller for paying gamers? Smh yall look silly,” Scott tweeted.
Arizona assistant Emanuel “E book” Richardson was one in all a number of individuals arrested in late September in reference to the FBI’s NCAA basketball corruption investigation. Richardson allegedly accepted $20,000 in bribes to affect recruits to decide to Arizona.
Miller, who denied any wrongdoing and was by no means charged with a criminal offense, was retained by the college.
Scott later clarified he doesn’t want for Miller to be fired, solely that he believes it is “contradictory” to retain Miller however fireplace Rodriguez.
“For the file I did not say Miller ought to get fired. I truthfully love the best way he coaches. All I am saying is whenever you put out an announcement that claims “we waned to reaffirm our dedication to our values” it is contradictory when there’s precise proof the PROGRAM paid gamers..,” Scott tweeted.
The previous assistant who filed a $7.5 million sexual harassment grievance in opposition to Rodriguez claims the 54-year-old coach victimized her for years, together with “ogling her,” having mother and father ship footage of their gentials to her and asking her to misinform his spouse to cowl up his infidelity.