TheRoundUp 2/18: Huskies get another crack at Louisville

Peyton Siva on Huskies' radar after Louisville basketball's win | The Courier-Journal | courier-journal.com
U of L point guard Peyton Siva had 19 points and seven assists in the Cardinals' double-overtime road win Jan. 29. He's become the catalyst opposing coaches look to most for trying to control the offense of the No. 16 Cards (19-7, 8-5).

UConn Gets Another Shot At Louisville - Hartford Courant
The No. 13 Huskies (20-5, 8-5 Big East) practiced Thursday in Storrs, then flew to Louisville for the rematch against the No. 16 Cardinals (19-7, 8-5). Louisville, which lost Wednesday night at Cincinnati, won the first meeting between the teams on Jan. 29 at Gampel Pavilion, 79-78 in double overtime.

Coombs-McDaniel: Stud or dud? - Norwich, CT - Norwich Bulletin
Calhoun changed his ways — maybe because he's having fun, maybe because he's growing wiser. At any rate, he took his foot off the gas and gave players more room in the noose in which to hang themselves. You know who hasn't hanged himself? Coombs-McDaniel. All he's done is put points on the board and, in less than a week, has transformed the Huskies. If he can score on a regular basis, and not 20-plus a night, but 10-plus, UConn becomes really dangerous.

Diana Taurasi Says Maya Moore Is UConn's Greatest Player - Hartford Courant
"I would say Maya Moore, easily," Taurasi told The Courant. "We're different players, certainly. There are flow players and there are impact players. I'm more of a flow player. But Maya impacts the game making a steal, blocking a shot. She's pretty much an impact player in every facet of the game."

Ordeal Took Toll On Taurasi - Hartford Courant
On Wednesday, the truth came out. In the wake of a positive polygraph test taken by Taurasi and increasing evidence of mistakes at the Ankara lab, the Turkish federation rescinded its ban on Taurasi.

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