After 12 seasons with the program, Arizona is reportedly moving on from Sean Miller.

This comes after Miller racked up an overall record of 411-302 (.735 winning percentage) at Arizona but is coming after three disappointing seasons.

On top of recent poor results on the court, Miller has been accused of five Level I violations and “did not demonstrate that he promoted an atmosphere for compliance and monitored his staff within the basketball program” according to a notice of allegations the school received last month from the NCAA.

News of Miller’s departure at Arizona was first reported by Jeff Goodman of Stadium.

While some may believe the notice of allegations led to the end of Miller’s time at Arizona, these allegations are nothing new and have been levied against the program dating back as long as four years ago.

Considering Miller’s program started to slide in recent seasons, and the fact Kansas’ Bill Self has also been accused of similar violations yet just received a “lifetime contract” with the Jayhawks, it’s hard to believe Arizona would have made this move if the Wildcats were successful on the court in 2020/2021.