I haven't seen this posted. A former UConn recruit is saying that Jim Calhoun knew that he received improper benefits. This would mean that Calhoun lied to the NCAA during its recent investigation of the matter.
Undermining this kid's credibility, though, is the fact that the kid (apparently) signed something during the NCAA investigation that contradicts his current statement...He also wants to be paid for any further interviews, and while that doesn't mean he's lying now, it does of course look bad.
It will be interesting to see what the NCAA does with both this situation and the Auburn football situation. There is at least a bit of a cloud over both national champions.
Finally, how much do I appreciate the fact that John Beilein follows the rules so closely? A lot.
EDIT: Here is the original New York Times story: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/04/02/sports/ncaabasketball/02uconn.html?_r=1&scp=1&sq=nate%20miles&st=cse