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 DETROIT (AP) -Jim Calhoun says he will think about getting out of coaching because of ``some things thrown around for the past couple of weeks'' that have disappointed him.
Connecticut's Hall of Fame coach was testy at times during his news conference Saturday night, following an 82-73 loss to Michigan State in the Final Four.
Calhoun said ``I don't plan on going any place,'' but added he will give his future a lot of thought.
Yahoo! Sports recently reported former Connecticut recruit Nate Miles was given lodging, transportation, meals and representation by sports agent Josh Nochimson, and that a UConn assistant coach knew about the relationship between the player and the agent.

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