What other people are saying about the NCAA's allegations against UConn.
There was a lot mentioned in the NCAA's allegations against UConn, but one big name was missing. Where was Tom Moore, UConn's former associate head coach who was a big target of the original allegations by Yahoo! Sports.
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."
We've read through the NCAA's 23-page letter of allegations against UConn. Here are our quick thoughts.
UConn reacts to NCAA allegations with statements from Jim Calhoun, athletic director Jeff Hathaway, and the two assistant coaches who resigned from the program yesterday, Patrick Sellers and Beau Archibald.
Notice of allegations against the UConn men's basketball program: Jim Calhoun failed to 'promote an atmosphere of compliance'