His lawyer, Scott Tompsett, said Calhoun has not decided whether he will appeal.
"Coach Calhoun denies any claim that he knew that Nate Miles was receiving impermissible benefits," Scott Tompsett, a lawyer representing Calhoun, said in a statement released by Connecticut. "Moreover, Nate Miles submitted a signed statement to the NCAA last year that contradicts his current story. Coach Calhoun cooperated fully with the NCAA's investigation and considers this matter closed."
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