Its been a long, strange 15+ months for the University of Arizona basketball program and it might finally be coming to an end.
After the conclusion of the last Federal trial on the docket, Sean Miller faced a new round of questions based on wiretap evidence and testimony in court.
Would Arizona want to move on after a series of embarrassing allegations? Would Arizona remain quiet while the NCAA investigation continues?
University of Arizona president Robert Robbins broke the silence speaking with KGUN9 in Tucson.
While "Sean's our coach" isn't the strongest endorsement ever offered, the simple fact that Robbins was willing to publicly back Sean Miller in any way is notable.
For many Arizona fans, the trial was vindication of their belief that Miller did no wrong. Miller was not compelled to testify, faced no direct proof of any involvement and has never faced any charges.
Meanwhile Christian Dawkins, who was found guilty on two counts, stated after the trial to Adam Zagoria that he did not ever discuss Deandre Ayton directly with Sean Miller and that the initial bombshell ESPN report was inaccurate.
After months of constant scrutiny, lecturing and guilt by association in the court of public opinion; Sean Miller may get the last laugh considering he was the top recruiting class in the country for 2019 according to 24/7 sports.