Calhoun was asked why he would think about leaving despite his love of the game and his players.
"I probably shouldn't be expressing it, but that's just who I am," Calhoun said. "I couldn't be more disappointed in people who just jump on and make two people all of a sudden become the expert on who Jim Calhoun is."
According to Yahoo! Sports, Connecticut recruit Nate Miles was given lodging, transportation, meals and representation by sports agent Josh Nochimson. A UConn assistant coach apparently knew about the relationship between the player and the agent.