He's lucky (Miller) he didn't get punched in the mouth. The guy looks like he needs psychological help.
I hope the refs start giving him "T's" for being on the court so much.
Ruthie...What ? Did he have a problem cashing his paycheck. Too many zeros ?
We might also have no concept of the extreme pressure he has been under this past 8 weeks. How about a little compassion?
Miller will never reach the heights of Coach Olsen in championships or class.
It proves that compensation and professionalism are mutually exclusive concepts.
For a coach who makes an insane amount of money per year to 1) exhibit unprofessional behavior toward his player during a game and 2) treat the media in an unprofessional way during a news conference is ludicrous.
It's not as though the reporter stuck a GoPro in the locker room and captured the coach's nefarious behavior; the reporter was doing his job.
Miller is not the only coach who considers himself above reproach. Remember how RichRod was heard calling the media "cockroaches" ???
They are a pair of $3 million dollar per year prima donnas ....
Calling one of your players an MF'er is beyond normal coaching discipline. That's an incredibly personal insult and one that should be below a good coach's standards.
The school should be thankful they are the only game in town. The Sports (dis)Information Department has been the big bully to nearly every tv station. Big fish in a small pond situation suits this school very well
It was the University that made the media a "part of the story" in this case, DavidW.
It is the local media's job to cover the UA, not their rear end.
That exchange between "Zeus" & his coach was a legitimate news item.
Happens all the time and , frankly, No big deal UNTIL the UA Athletic Department and their head coach MAKE it a big deal by reacting with threats from officials and clearly childish behavior from their coach, who should/does know better.
The UA Athletic Department has egg on it's face over this, and so does Coach Miller.
They should both apologize, publicly.
Is it always necessary for the media to attempt to be part of the story? We don't need another Greg Hansen/ Lute Olson pissing contest. Cover the game. Show the box score.
After more than 60 years, and the inception of Television in Tucson, local TV ratings will no longer be measured by diaries.
Code Readers were originally supposed to go into service in November but the official start was postponed until this month, another local TV "sweeps" period.
If John Schuster has posted word one in this column about this "sea change" in measuring local viewing, I haven't seen it.
Nice work, again, John.
Try doing some homework your next column.
Frankly, Media Watch has devolved into only looking at radio news for many, many months. It's too bad that the Tucson Weekly doesn't have the (?) energy, cojones, interst in providing media news on a weekly basis.....pretty pathetic, and certainly not emblamatic of real journalism
Has TNN abandoned the 9 o'clock news on Channel 11? That may be the reason for the identity change?
RIP Forrest Carr.
"we're not libel?" It's "we're not liable." COPYEDIT--don't just depend on spell check.
Winds...4 hipsters no more no less.
What a waste
Does anybody actually watch Access Tucson?
KOLD's new graphics are very clunky. Really slows down the transition between stories. Please look into it. Heard it's a corporate mandate.
As to Chris Raboin, the last time I checked, anyone accused of a crime remains innocent until proven guilty.
Perhaps people are tuning out because the playlist is terrible (Sam Hunt) and repetitive.
Local TV news is a joke. They are all competing for a rapidly shrinking audience. What can you expect when in a half an hour there is only 16 minutes of actual content and the rest is commercials.
It will be gone in a few more years . It's also one of the biggest staffing costs for a station. Soon TV stations won't be able to afford the staffing.
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