ESPN.com's Andy Katz has the story on the aftermath at UConn following the NCAA giving notice of allegations regarding major recruiting violations in pursuing former signee Nate Miles. From Katz:
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 as the Huskies get negatively recruited against with the investigation hovering. It might also have a direct effect as to who will not succeed Huskies' Hall of Fame head coach Jim Calhoun whenever he retires.
Connecticut athletic director Jeff Hathaway, Calhoun and Rick Evrard, a noted Kansas City-based legal counsel that advises schools dealing with NCAA issues, wouldn't get into the personnel decisions of Sellers and Archibald. But Hathaway did say Archibald resigned last Thursday and Sellers turned in his resignation Sunday, two days after appearing on behalf of UConn to watch senior Stanley Robinson at the NBA draft combine in Chicago.
Read the full story here.