UConn coach defends program
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- As top-seeded Connecticut prepares for its Elite Eight game against Missouri, the school and its coach cannot escape the looming shadow of an NCAA investigation.
Jim Calhoun was asked again on Friday about what he should and should not have known in regards to possible NCAA violations.
But unlike the contrite and passive Calhoun who took the podium on Wednesday when the news first broke, this was a far more typical feisty Calhoun defending himself, arguing ...
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