Connecticut says it has filed a response to NCAA allegations of major recruiting violations in its men's basketball program, but won't make it public this week.
Tuesday was the deadline for the Huskies to respond to the eight infractions cited by the NCAA in May.
UConn spokesman Kyle Muncy says the response fills up several three-ring binders and some information must be redacted to comply with state and federal privacy laws. He says the university plans to post the response on its website once that has been done.
Muncy would not summarize the response or say if the school has self-imposed sanctions.
The NCAA allegations center around improper calls and text messages between recruits and coaches.