Shocker: Calhoun Called To The Carpet For NCAA Recruiting Violations

Here is the list:

What UConn faces

ConnecticutThis is a list of the alleged violations found by the NCAA during its 15-month investigation of the University of Connecticut men’s basketball program:

• Members of the men’s basketball staff exchanged at least 160 impermissible telephone calls and at least 191 impermissible text messages with recruits.

• Former student manager turned sports agent Josh Nockimson provided impermissible benefits to a recruit.

• Beau Archibald, director of men’s basketball operations, provided an impermissible benefit by placing a 29-minute phone call to a person whose name was redacted.

• Archibald provided false and misleading information to investigators.

• Assistant coach Patrick Sellers provided false and misleading information to investigators.

• In 2007 and 2008 members of the men’s basketball staff provided 26 impermissible complimentary admissions or discretionary tickets to high school basketball coaches, other teachers or coaches of recruits, and a friend of a recruit.

• Head coach Jim Calhoun failed to promote an atmosphere of compliance in the men’s basketball program and failed to adequately monitor the program to ensure compliance with NCAA legislation regarding telephone calls, text messages and benefits.

• The university, between 2005 and 2009 failed to adequately monitor the conduct and administration of the men’s basketball program.

Source: NCAA notice of allegations

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