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TUCSON -- The roar from the crowd inside McKale Center Thursday night was deafening. 

More than 14,000 screaming Wildcat fans watched as Sean Miller took the court to a standing ovation before the tip against Stanford. 

"I'm ecstatic, proud,"  he is a decent human being and he has proven that over the time that he has been here at U of A and I have no reason to doubt that," Cindy Finerty said. 

"The fact that he claims he hasn't done anything, you have to give him the benefit of the doubt," one fan said. "You know we have confidence in him and trust in him and we take him at his word."  

These fans want nothing more than this team firing on all cylinders as they ready for a run in march. 

"The distraction is kind of gone, they can ultimately focus on their goal of winning a national championship and bringing a second one here," freshman Charlie Wildstein said. 

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