Huskies still face uncertainties
STORRS, Conn. -- The University of Connecticut struck a serious and accepting tone at Friday's news conference rather than one of defiance after receiving the NCAA's notice of allegations regarding major recruiting violations in pursuing former signee Nate Miles.
The fallout from the report has already cost two coaches their jobs -- assistant Patrick Sellers and director of basketball operations Beau Archibald -- and will likely hurt recruiting in the near future. It might also have a direct ...
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