Zack is joined for his weekly Friday episode by Justin Spears! The guys hash out the crazy week that was in Arizona athletics, from the Book Richardson scandal to Rawle Alkins' injury to the Thursday arrest of Arizona safety Scottie Young. The guys also talk about UA commit Jamarye Joiner's Thursday night performance and open the Twitter mailbag before calling out to Adam Butler of PacHoops.com (around the 30 minute mark) to talk about the state of Arizona basketball and ACTUALLY break down some basketball-related things, such as Arizona's lineup, PJC and Brandon Randolph.
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Dick Vitale says he's sickened by the "sleaze" at Arizona.
Book Richardson isn't the only Arizona Wildcats coach, player to face pressure in wake of FBI probe.
Board did not review Richardson's arrest, basketball program during Thursday's meeting.
History shows that NCAA investigation takes time, and are often toothless. But things have changed with the FBI involved.
Assistant coach is entitled to hearing per state law, but the UA is moving to fire him.
New Yorker broke foot during voluntary workout Tuesday, hours after FBI arrested assistant coach Book Richardson.
Board of Regents calls coach's actions "absolutely unacceptable."
Executive session may continue Thursday morning in Flagstaff.
The NCAA won't say if it will launch its own investigation.
Jahvon Quinerly and UA's 2018 recruiting class could dissolve.
Richardson, accused of taking $20,000 in bribes and paying a recruit to commit to Arizona, was released from custody Tuesday on $50,000 bond.