Arizona has fired Sean Miller as head coach after 12 years with the school.

Miller had one season remaining on his contract.

Miller's program had been under fire since a 2017 federal investigation. 

The NCAA charged the school with five Level I violations, according to a notice of allegations released last month. The program was hit with two alleged instances of academic misconduct, while Miller was charged for not demonstrating "that he promoted an atmosphere for compliance and monitored his staff."

Arizona self-imposed a one-year postseason ban for this past season.

Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports that Miller is likely to join an NBA team as an assistant coach this offseason. Miller has already received interest from at least one NBA team.