If Calhoun's first name was Mugsy and he was holding a tommy gun, this would be a perfect photo. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
Oh, you again.
After months of radio silence, the NCAA committee of infractions is back, and this time it's gunnin' for Jim Calhoun.
So says ESPN's Andy Katz, who, citing a source, reports the committee will cite Calhoun for "failing to create an atmosphere of compliance" when it finally releases its ruling on alleged recruiting violations on a conference call today at 3 p.m. ET.
A postseason ban is not included, Katz reports, but former assistant Beau Archibald, UConn's own Wee Bey, will likely get thrown to the wolves ... again.
The university issued self-imposed restrictions, including the reduction of scholarships, in response to the NCAA in early October. But it went out of its way to protect Calhoun in its written response, almost to the point of alleviating him from the blame. Which, I'm guessing, didn't sit too well with the committee.
We'll find out for certain this afternoon.
In conclusion: Go to hell, Nate Miles.