Wildcats' Miller supports Xavier after brawl

2011-12-12T11:37:00Z 2011-12-12T16:15:24Z Wildcats' Miller supports Xavier after brawlBruce Pascoe Arizona Daily Star

Criminal charges are possible in the aftermath of the Xavier-Cincinnati brawl, after which Sean Miller supported his former team.

"If Cincinnati tries to do what they did (Saturday) they're going to get a fight," Miller said after UA beat Clemson on Saturday. "So I'm proud of those guys."

Miller went on to say he hopes Xavier wins the rest of their games -- except that he wouldn't comment when it faces Dayton and Miller's brother, Archie.

"They have a chance to win it all," Miller said. "It's just such a great story. I'm really proud of those guys and I watch them any time that I can. No one's going to bully those guys."

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Arizona is still getting only a handful of votes in the AP Top 25 poll, and none in the ESPN/USA Today coaches poll.

Whether a win Saturday against Gonzaga would put them back in is uncertain: The Zags dropped out of both polls today after losing to Michigan State on Saturday.

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The Republic's Paul Coro profiled Nick Johnson, presumably before he went back to covering the Suns.

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WSU's Brock Motum was named the Pac-12's Player of the Week.

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And, in case you missed it, Fendi Onobun is on to his fourth NFL team -- the Bills...

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