Here's Calhoun's statement: "I am very disappointed with the NCAA’s decision in this case. My lawyer and I are evaluating my options and will make a decision which way to proceed. In the meantime, I will not make any further statements about the case as our program prepares for what I hope will be an exciting and successful postseason."
So, what does it mean? Simple, UConn and Calhoun got off with a slap on the wrist. The NCAA is quickly becoming a joke with these light sentences. UConn should take matters into its own hands and cut ties with Calhoun and start over. The program will survive without Calhoun, and might even strive.