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No one wants (violation allegations) to happen. Did I ever see it happening? No. But it happened....

No one wants (violation allegations) to happen. Did I ever see it happening? No. But it happened. Therefore, we're going to handle it the way we've always handled things -- upfront, transparently and do the best we possible can to find out what we have -- if we have made mistakes -- and carry on. ... It's a very serious matter. Conversely, I'm not defeated, because I don't get defeated by things, matter of fact, I'm going to be educated by certain matters, if in fact we did make mistakes."

UConn head coach Jim Calhoun at Friday morning's press conference responding to allegations that his basketball program committed recruiting violations.

A lot of years, with a pretty good record, 48th with five games to go, OK, you can sniff it pretty...

A lot of years, with a pretty good record, 48th with five games to go, OK, you can sniff it pretty good. Despite all the things that have happened to us, despite all the things we've done to ourselves, but also because we've played the best schedule in the country, we could deceive some people with 18 or 19 wins. A lot of things have been written about this season and they're still, in my opinion, 100 percent up in the air. It's not going to be a great one, so you can take great out. But it may have a great ending. ... We're going to work like crazy to write a good script."

That is Jim Calhoun filling me with hope about how this season will end, courtesy of the Courant's Mike Anthony.
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