UConn puts secondary violation to rest

UConn puts secondary violation to rest

There are 7 comments on the Connecticut Post story from Mar 19, 2008, titled UConn puts secondary violation to rest. In it, Connecticut Post reports that:

The proper paperwork has been filed. The NCAA has investigated. And the matter involving the visit UConn freshman Maya Moore and her mother, Kathryn, took of ESPN headquarters in October of 2005 has come to its ...

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Jackie

United States

#1 Mar 20, 2008
Maya you couldn't of said it any better. Pat is just upset that she didn't get you, your an awesome player and just put that behind you because we have an NCAA championship to win, and I do hope it is against Tennessee and it would really top it off if you scored the winning basket. You go girl, keep your head up and don't let her get to you, your an awesome player and UCONN is so lucky to have you for another 3 years.
Pete

Shelton, CT

#2 Mar 20, 2008
It appears that after a number of years (this ESPN visit was in 2005) and yet another attempt by Summitt to
officially show her disappointment at losing Maya as a recruit (remember Taurasi and Bird being accused of giving rides when they were in Russia at the time). The timing is impeccable IF the recruit wasn't a mature, humble young women.
Protect yourself in the tournament, Maya, you've got the target shirt.
I agree with Jackie - May said it best! I still say the Women's Hall of Fame in KNOXVILLE costs money to
visit and is it true TN takes there recruits to tour? Let's get back to basketball, I always respected Pat as a person and as a coach - a pioneer in the modern game. Now...it is disappointing to watch. Good luck UCONN!
bill phoenix

Maricopa, AZ

#3 Mar 20, 2008
PAT IS MAD ESPN TOO AWAY HER PARKING SPACE FOR HER BROOM..........GO GETEM ALL THEY WAY LADY HUSKIES....
bill phoenix

Maricopa, AZ

#4 Mar 20, 2008
PAT IS MAD ESPN TOOK AWAY HER PARKING SPACE FOR HER BROOM..........GO GETEM ALL THEY WAY LADY HUSKIES....
FairPlay

Murfreesboro, TN

#5 Mar 20, 2008
You guys are too much.... And while you're repeating yourselves over and over, try to fast forward a couple of years to envision Maya leaving early to grab yet another brass ring. Go back to the mid and late 80's and take a look at records, trophies, and superstars, and you might understand that if Pat Summit hadn't been riding her [broom] around a largely "southern-state" dominated Top 25, your Huskey-ettes might have been playing to sub-1000 crowds: minus a few trophies of their own.:-)
Reliable

Stratford, CT

#6 Mar 20, 2008
It seem that UCONN olny casres about their basketball program.

What about the rest of the students that don't play sports?

Are their academic high marks overshadowed by the basketball record?

Since: Aug 10

Location hidden

#7 Feb 13, 2012
This story is back in the news. The head coach should be fire.

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