ESPN's Andy Katz talked with UConn coach Jim Calhoun Friday about the future of the program:
Connecticut coach Jim Calhoun said Friday he has no problem with next season's only possible goal being the Big East regular-season title if the Huskies are banned from the postseason.
"There's no question that it would become a heck of a lot more important to us," Calhoun said. "There's no question that Louisville will be good and Syracuse will still be good."
But he's still holding out some hope, as is his new boss, athletic director Warde Manuel, that the NCAA will adjust its Academic Progress Rate (APR) calculations and include the most recent four-year period instead of a time frame that started in 2007 that kept the Huskies below the required level to participate in the postseason.
Read the rest of Andy's article here.