Sunday, January 13, 2008

Calhoun resting at home

Jim Calhoun is resting at home and feeling much better today after checking into the UConn Health Center’s John Dempsey Hospital in Farmington last night due to dehydration.

Calhoun missed yesterday's 72-69 loss to Georgetown in Washington, D.C. due to flu-like symptoms. Associate head coach George Blaney took over the reins for the game. Calhoun addressed the team before and after the game but watched it from the coaches’ locker room.

Upon returning to Bradley International Airport last night, Calhoun was brought to the hospital for precautionary reasons. He was treated with IV fluids and released before midnight.

UConn director of sports medicine Dr. Jeff Anderson reported that Calhoun was feeling much better today, according to a team spokesman. The Huskies didn’t practice today and are due for a 9:30 a.m. practice Monday. It is not known yet whether Calhoun will attend tomorrow's practice.


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