Timeline: Jim Calhoun through the years

A Closer Look: Kevin Ollie

Legendary UConn coach Jim Calhoun will formally announce his retirement at a 2 p.m. press conference Thursday. Kevin Ollie, an assistant for the past two years, will take over for this year, a source

Three Shining moments for Calhoun, UConn: Which is your favorite?

Though there are other signature moments for which Jim Calhoun will be remembered — Tate George’s game-winner against Clemson during the Dream Season, any number of Ray Allen highlights — here’s a

Jim Calhoun: His best-of quotes

“I’ll do everything in my power to make UConn the best basketball program it can be. I can’t do any more than that. I don’t work miracles.” — In his first press conference as UConn coach, May

Twitter reaction to Jim Calhoun retirement news

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Calhoun hangs it up after 26 years at UConn

STORRS — Jim Calhoun, the man who sculpted UConn into a national power, has decided that his work is done, according to a report released early Wednesday evening by NBC Channel 30. A source later

NBC 30: UConn men’s basketball coach Jim Calhoun will retire

UConn men’s basketball coach Jim Calhoun will retire, according to a report from NBC 30 in Connecticut. Calhoun, 70, has been the basketball coach at UConn for 26 years and won three national

Notes from Gampel Pavilion

I was at UConn this afternoon for football duty (visit the Hearst Connecticut blog here), so I stopped by Gampel Pavilion to check in with the good old hoops program. Some quick observations: *Jim