CT Sports Law’s Top Story Line of 2010

1.  UConn and Jim Calhoun respond to the NCAA’s allegations of rule violations in connection with the recruitment of Nate Miles.  Although news of the NCAA’s investigation of the UConn basketball program dates back to March 2009, the NCAA’s allegations were front and center in 2010.   Would UConn be banned from post-season play?  Would the […]

What’s Next for UConn Basketball?

Paul Doyle and Mike Anthony of the Hartford Courant wrote an excellent story for Sunday’s paper, entitled “UConn’s Testimony Before NCAA Over, Now It’s Time To Wait.”  In the story, Doyle and Anthony analyze the potential outcomes of the NCAA’s investigation of UConn for alleged recruiting violations.  I was interviewed along with sports law experts […]

Key Points of UConn’s Response to NCAA Allegations

For months people have speculated about UConn’s response to the NCAA’s allegations of wrongdoing during the recruitment of former Husky Nate Miles.  (See Connecticut Sports Law post Will UConn Basketball Be Banned from Postseason?).  There is no need for further speculation, as UConn has released its response to the NCAA’s Notice of Allegations.  As anticipated, UConn recommends […]

UConn’s Response to NCAA Forthcoming

Mike Anthony of the Hartford Courant quoted me in his excellent article “Experts Describe How UConn Might Answer NCAA” which appeared in Sunday’s paper.  The article covered UConn’s response to the NCAA’s notice of allegations arising from UConn’s recruitment of Nate Miles.  Here are a few excerpts: …UConn’s stance will soon be public knowledge. The program has until […]

UConn Assistants Resign Amid NCAA Probe

University of Connecticut assistant coach Patrick Sellers and director of basketball operations Beau Archibald have resigned from their positions at UConn in the wake of the NCAA’s investigation of rules violations in connection with the recruitment of one-time Husky Nate Miles.  UConn has planned a press conference today, at 10 am in Gampel Pavilion, to discuss […]