Arizona Wildcats basketball coach Sean Miller says he’s responsible for ‘culture of compliance’ amid FBI probe

Assistant coach Emanuel “Book” Richardson, left, and head coach Sean Miller bring the team in for a timeout during the second half of the University of Arizona Wildcats vs. North Dakota Fighting Hawks in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on March 16, 2017, at Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City, Utah. Arizona won 100-82./
Mike Christy / Arizona Daily Star

By Bruce Pascoe | Arizona Daily Star

In his first public remarks since assistant coach Book Richardson was arrested last Tuesday, Arizona coach Sean Miller said he recognized his responsibility was “to promote and reinforce a culture of compliance.”

Miller did not address whether he knew anything involving the fraud and bribery charges against Richardson. Miller’s entire statement, as issued through Arizona on Tuesday afternoon:

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