Thursday, March 19, 2009

More on Calhoun ...

Jim Calhoun's son, Jeff, said he saw his father this morning at the team hotel and asked if he wanted him to stay with him rather than go to Wachovia Center for today's game. Jim Calhoun said don't worry about it, so we're assuming this illness isn't too serious.

A list of games that Jim Calhoun has either missed or left early over his 23 seasons at UConn:

1. Dec. 23, 1990 vs. Fairfield (HCC) W 94-70 Flu-like symptoms, chest pain

2. Feb. 22, 1993 vs. Maine (HCC) W, 108-72 Food-related

3. Jan. 29, 1994 at Pittsburgh W, 88-67 pneumonia symptoms

4. Feb. 1, 1994 at Syracuse L, 108-95 pneumonia symptoms

5. Nov. 24, 1998 vs. Hartford (HCC) W, 95-58 intestinal virus

6. March 11, 1999 vs. UT-San Antonio W, 91-66 intestinal virus

7. Jan. 3, 2000 vs. Sacred Heart (HCC) W, 83-56 stomach cramps

8. Feb. 3, 2001 vs. Virginia Tech (GP) W, 85-72 light-headedness, flu-like symptoms

9. Feb. 5, 2002 vs. Providence (HCC) W, 67-56 food-related

10. Feb. 5, 2003 vs. Virginia Tech L, 95-74 prostate surgery

11. Feb. 8, 2003 at Providence W, 84-68 prostate surgery

12. Feb. 10, 2003 vs. Syracuse (HCC) W, 75-61 prostate surgery

13. Feb. 15, 2003 at Villanova L, 79-70 prostate surgery

14. Feb. 19, 2003 vs. Rutgers (HCC) W, 87-70 prostate surgery

15. March 20, 2004 vs. DePaul (left and returned) W, 72-55 flu-like symptoms

16. Jan. 16, 2006 at Syracuse W, 88-80 dehydration

17. Jan. 13, 2007 at St. John's (MSG) (left and returned) W, 68-59 flu-like symptoms

18. Jan. 8, 2008 vs. St. John's W, 81-65 dehydration, light-headedness, fatigue

19. Jan. 12, 2008 vs. Georgetown L, 72-69 intestinal virus

20. Jan. 3, 2009 vs. Rutgers W, 80-49 flu-like symptoms, shingles

21. March 19, 2009 vs. Chattanooga ????????????????????????????????

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've never seen so many euphemisms for diarrhea.

5:41 PM 
Blogger Todd Parmelee said...

HAHA . . . Exactly.

2:55 PM 

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