UConn sophomore-to-be Omar Calhoun recently underwent a pair of surgeries, the school revealed, though he apparently will be ready to play his
first second season with the Huskies.
Calhoun had two surgeries for femoral acetabular impingement (FAI), which is a condition relatively common to athletes. The procedures _ Calhoun had one on his left hip and one on his right _ shaves bone to alleviate discomfort and hopefully avoid future problems.
Calhoun had one procedure done at the end of March and one at the end of April. The school said recovery time is between 3-4 months, meaning he should be ready to play in August.