TUCSON — Soon after last season, Jamelle Horne walked into coach Sean Miller’s office. Time to face the music.
Miller was the third consecutive Arizona basketball head coach to be frustrated and baffled — probably, at times, enraged — about the things Horne did on the court. It wasn’t that Horne had a bad season; it was more like he didn’t come within sniffing distance of his real potential.
Horne’s focus and intensity wavered. He sometimes sulked. He sometimes wasn’t serious. He wasn’t tough. He wasn