If he is innocent...I believe the UofA would be insane to let him go. Personally, if he is found to be guilty, I would still want him here. This for several reasons. First, he has proven he can coach by taking a bunch of 3 and 4 star players to an Elite Eight his second season. Second, because if he did this he did this because the powerhouse teams that have more or less ruled March Madness were all doing it and he had to do it to compete. Third, because you have to know he's hearing, reading all the comments about him not getting the UofA to the Final Four and he wanted to accomplish that FOR ARIZONA FANS. Fourth, he didn't start doing this when he first got here. This was because he realized that he couldn't keep up with the likes of the schools, like Kentucky and Duke who are getting the cream of the crop in recruiting, every year. You can get lucky sometimes with a bunch of 3/4 stars who have been underrated/overlooked. But even if you did, it's still hard to beat a team with 6 or 7 top ten 5 stars. Until and unless there is PARITY in FOLLOWING THE RULES of recruiting, those that are cheating the system are going to be really hard to beat. And honest intentions and moral operations get you squat when you're not producing the "winning teams". If Coach Miller did resort to this tactic that the other majors are and have been doing, he did it for the right reasons. We've seen how well he was appreciated by not getting to the FF. If he did as reported, he did it so he could get enough talent to accomplish what the fans/university wanted above all else. Finally, from everything we've seen, Coach Miller has worked very hard to get players who were morally, ethically good people. He hasn't recruited thugs and criminals(Hi Dana, Steve), He hasn't taught cheating tactics(Hi Coach K, Coach Cal), he's coached teams in a play hard...no cheap shots manner. So, I'd stand by him even if he did what they say.