TheRoundUp 2/1: Women throttle Duke

Duke women no match for UConn - Durham Duke Blue Devils |
UConn was all business from the get-go, as the home team ran out to a 23-2 lead from the opening tip, and they never looked back.

UConn 87, Duke 51 -- Maya, Oh Maya Moore - espnW
Maybe it's because I'm a newbie and have not seen UConn regularly demolish opponents like this for what, 15 years now, but I actually found the first half mesmerizing. The disparity in polish between the two teams was remarkable, with UConn running its playbook to perfection.

More Snow Could Threaten Syracuse-UConn Game At XL - Hartford Courant
"Typically, once the teams and officials are on site, the game is played," UConn spokesman Kyle Muncy said in a statement. "But, obviously, we are always in consultation with state and local officials in anything that relates to public safety, such as travel during inclement weather. It is almost always a decision that would get made the day of the game, so we would just encourage fans to stay tuned for updates, either at or through the media. We understand that our fans are anxious about getting word and will do our best to keep them informed of any updates."

Journal Inquirer > Archives > Sports > Chardis: UConn should discuss Kemba
Was it because Walker should have been able to find the gaps in the zone and been able to penetrate? I’m betting on the latter. Why? Because Calhoun said, "They (Louisville) had no problem getting to the rim. As a matter of fact, neither did Jeremy Lamb. Other folks seem to have that difficulty today.

The Day - Big East honors Lamb | News from southeastern Connecticut
UConn’s Jeremy Lamb is the Big East Conference rookie-of-the-week for the first time. Lamb averaged 22.5 points in two games, scoring a career-high 24 points in a win over Marquette Tuesday and finishing with 21 points, six rebounds and three assists in a double overtime loss to Louisville Saturday.

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