sean miller-arizona Jan 17, 2018; Berkeley, CA, USA; Arizona Wildcats head coach Sean Miller points from the sideline during the second half against the California Golden Bears at Haas Pavilion. Mandatory Credit: Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports

Former Arizona Wildcats head coach Sean Miller was let go by the program last April following FBI investigations into the recruitment of former Arizona center Deandre Ayton.

While this investigation was serious enough for him to lose his job, rumblings started on Wednesday that the infamous head coach could be a top candidate for the new opening at Xavier following the firing of head coach Travis Steele after the program missed out on the NCAA Tournament in 2021.

These rumors clearly were well-founded. Reports on Saturday said that Miller has agreed to be the new head coach at Xavier next season.

This will be a reunion for both Miller and Xavier, as Miller started his coaching career at the program from 2004 to 2008.

During his tenure, the Musketeers went to the NCAA Tournament in four-out-of-five seasons on top of winning their conference tournament in 2005.

The solid track record of Miller has many Xavier fans excited for a potential revival of the program going forward.

Even though it seems that Xavier fans seem very excited to bring back Miller, many are calling out the hypocrisy of the NCAA considering that the LSU Tigers just fired their head coach Will Wade for his part in a similar FBI investigation.

If this week has taught sports fans anything considering the massive contract that Deshaun Watson just received despite his ongoing civil cases against him, it is that all can be forgotten if you can produce.

Miller has been an excellent coach in both his stints at Xavier and Arizona, and this is a move that will surely make Xavier far more competitive than they were with Travis Steele.

[Jeff Goodman]

About Reice Shipley

Reice Shipley is a staff writer for Comeback Media that graduated from Ithaca College with a degree in Sports Media. He previously worked at Barrett Sports Media and is a fan of all things Syracuse sports.