The state of Connecticut's highest paid employee announced his retirement on Wednesday: The press and other members of the college basketball world greeted Jim Calhoun's retirement from UCONN basketball (after 26 years and national championships in 1999, 2004 and 2011) with, mostly, a predictable whitewash of his…
Jim Calhoun's retirement from UConn is reportedly "imminent." Just in time for next year's NCAA tournament ban.
Kemba Walker came home to New York City to play every minute and record 24 points, 5 boards, and 5 assists in UConn's 76-74 win over Pittsburgh this afternoon. Here's a look at Walker's deadly step-back jumper. I'm willing to bet that Jim Calhoun has never before jumped so high.
Your morning roundup for Feb. 23, the day Rahm Emanuel starts cursing at the phrase "staggering unfunded pension liabilities."
Every morning, the fine folks at Sports Radio Interviews sift through the a.m. drive-time chatter to bring you the best interviews with coaches, players, and personalities across the sports landscape. Today: The UConn coach makes very little sense about the NCAA's investigation.
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12 miles into his charity bike race for cancer research, UConn's 67-year-old head coach hit a pot hole, fell, and broke five ribs. After he crossed the finish line, he fainted from dehydration and was hospitalized. Out today, though. [NYDN]
Yahoo Sports is reporting today that Connecticut violated many NCAA rules in the recruitment of Nate Miles, a former student who expelled from the school last fall.
CBS just reported that Connecticut coach Jim Calhoun has been taken to the hospital in Philadelphia and will not be on the bench
tonightthis afternoon when UConn plays Chattanooga.
Are Jim Calhoun and Connecticut governor M. Jodi Rell officially feuding? Rell had a few choice things to say about the coach today, and it is ON, sister!
Connecticut basketball coach Jim Calhoun got into a little spat with a member of the Green Party this weekend over how much he makes. Is there some way they could both lose this argument?