Calhoun to decide on future after Final Four

Connecticut coach Jim Calhoun says he won’t make a decision on

his future until well after the Final Four.

The 68-year-old Hall of Famer, with two national championships,

is taking his fourth UConn team to the national semifinals.

He said Tuesday if UConn wins another title, ”standing on the

podium would be a bad time to make a decision, and quite frankly if

things don’t go well it would be a lousy time to make a

decision.”

There were calls for Calhoun’s job after the Huskies failed to

make the tournament in 2010 and the NCAA issued a report that found

several major recruiting violations in the UConn program.

UConn finished this regular season with losses in four of its

last five games, but has gone 9-0 since.