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 PHILADELPHIA (AP) -Hours after being released from the hospital, Connecticut coach Jim Calhoun says tests revealed he was dehydrated.
``They took me in. They did everything from soup to nuts, and they find out it's dehydration,'' Calhoun said as he arrived at the Wachovia Center, where the Huskies were scheduled for a news conference later Friday afternoon.
The 66-year-old coach was released from the hospital Friday morning, a day after missing the Huskies' victory over Chattanooga in the opening round of the NCAA tournament.

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