Arizona Wildcats coached Sean Miller addressed his comments to the McKale Center crowd after Saturday's loss to ASU on Monday.
“It certainly wasn’t a goodbye speech. I meant everything that I said," the Arizona coach told the media. "You have to take into consideration the context. I think part of me in that speech is you are overwhelmed by the fact that there is a crowd still in attendance and we lost to our rival, that's a small part of it.
"Obviously we finished our season. It's not a successful season by any standards other than to a large extent I think we did about the best that we could ...
"It's not like I am pointing fingers to anyone on our team. If anything, I am pointing fingers at myself.
"I meant what I said in terms of I can't imagine a fan base treating a coach any better than this fan base has treated our staff and me."