Calhoun is back

University of Connecticut Head Coach Jim Calhoun returned to his regular duties Thursday after more than three weeks of absence.

The Huskies went 3-4 during his absence, and the people of Storrs, Conn., think that his return is much needed, according to Espn.

"I both felt that the time away was important for my personal and professional well-being and that I am ready to move ahead from this point at full speed," Calhoun said, according to Espn.

School officials said on Thursday that Calhoun's leave of absence had nothing to do with his three bouts with cancer or heart problems that, in the past, have caused him to miss some of the basketball season, according to USA Today.

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