PHILADELPHIA (AP) -Connecticut coach Jim Calhoun has been hospitalized for tests and will be kept overnight for observation.
Calhoun was admitted Thursday afternoon and did not coach the top-seed Huskies' 103-47 win against Chattanooga in the NCAA tournament's opening round.
Calhoun said in a statement released by UConn that he felt lousy the past few days, and UConn sports medicine director Dr. Jeff Anderson suggested he be hospitalized. Calhoun said he was feeling better and hoped to leave Friday.
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