Wildcats' Miller shuts down Twitter account - Tucson News Now

Wildcats' Miller shuts down Twitter account

Arizona Wildcats head basketball coach Sean Miller. (Source: Jessica Holder / Arizona Athletics) Arizona Wildcats head basketball coach Sean Miller. (Source: Jessica Holder / Arizona Athletics)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Wildcats basketball coach Sean Miller is no longer on Twitter.

The University of Arizona made the announcement on Monday, March 27. The school said Miller would no longer have an active account after Monday, but the account was disabled by the afternoon.

No word on what spurred the decision but it came just four days after the Wildcats' loss to Xavier in the Sweet 16.

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