Classic Calhoun cements his legend
HOUSTON -- The night of Jim Calhoun's third national championship ended the same way every game ends. Calhoun sat at a podium. He leaned into his microphone. He talked about college basketball.
He enthusiastically broke down X's and O's like a 25-year-old assistant at a clinic. He praised his players with the glint in his eyes of a proud father. He described his love of hard-fought basketball, even in games as ugly as Connecticut's 53-41 win over Butler on Monday night. He chastised media ...
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