Published March 03, 2012
| Sports Network
Storrs, CT – Connecticut men's basketball coach Jim Calhoun season finale against Pittsburgh after recovering from back surgery performed earlier this week.
Calhoun had been suffering from spinal stenosis and Monday's procedure in New York City included the removal of a disk fragment that was pressing on a spinal nerve.
The Huskies were just 3-5 under associate coach George Blaney after Calhoun took a medical leave of absence in early February.