UConn reacts to NCAA allegations

Along with the NCAA notice of allegations UConn released this morning (full text here, I have not read it yet, but will do so soon, and will update when I have), the school also published statements from several officials with the program.

First up are Patrick Sellers and Beau Archibald, who both resigned yesterday, both of which give simple answers about how they feel it is appropriate to leave so they can better address their role in the allegations.

Jim Calhoun is up next, he points to his strong track record with NCAA compliance and says he looks forward to working with the NCAA to resolve the issue.

Athletic director Jeff Hathaway follows, with a slightly longer version of what Calhoun said. Hathaway also notes that the official policy of the department will be to not comment on specific allegations. 

Finally, Michael Hogan takes a break from applying to other jobs just long enough to deliver a two-sentence long statement. Thanks Mike.

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