Joseph Blair is the latest former UA player or coach to join Texas-based Rio Grand Valley.
Buckets scheduled to begin play in November.
UA received bonus points when four ex-Wildcats graduated in 2013-14.
Grinders, "horse whisperers" dominate Pac-12 coaching staffs.
Former UA big man spent two seasons as undergraduate assistant, graduate manager.
The former player and manager Joseph Blair says he wasn't offered a position next season.
Former UA center has embraced role as graduate manager.
Program's first grant round will award $50,000 toward African American education.
Matt Korcheck filled in when foul trouble threatened to ruin Cats' night.
Before he takes off to help coach USA Basketball’s U18 team next week in Colorado Springs, Sean Miller held an offseason media gathering today at McKale.
Arizona will once again stream its Red Blue Game via a free stream on Pac-12.com.
Sean Miller says its "fantastic" to have two hours a week with his guys...is T.J. McConnell the Pac-12's player to watch?...and other notes/links.
UA basketball coach Sean Miller chatted with media Tuesday in what has become an annual summer update on the changes in the program.
Arizona coach Sean Miller chatted with media for 35 minutes Tuesday. He pointed out that recruitment of a superstar player "starts earlier and earlier" these days.
Sean Miller was talking about Zach Peters and how he is expected to be "part of the solution" to Arizona's outside shooting prowess. I had to pause to get the spelling correct.
When standout center Joseph Blair left the Arizona Wildcats basketball team 17 years ago, he wasn't on the best of terms.
Joseph Blair (with Lute Olson) said he told UA center Kaleb Tarczewski, "I'm 265 pounds - you're not going to face anybody as big as me."
Without reciting stats or measurements or anything else but his own eyes after a summer full of workouts, Arizona Wildcats coach Sean Miller today identified one returning player that has improved significantly over the summer.
Joseph Blair will help out UA's big men while working toward his degree.