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TheRoundUp 11/24: In which Kemba Walker is good at basketball

UConn upsets No. 2 Michigan State in Maui
UConn found every answer it needed Tuesday, riding Walker’s scoring and Alex Oriakhi’s rebounding, and piecing things together around them for a 70-67 victory over No. 2 Michigan State in a Maui Invitational semifinal.

Kemba Walker's time is now for the Connecticut Huskies -- college basketball - ESPN
Walker has been the better point guard in every game so far, including besting Michigan State's Kalin Lucas. Up next will be Kentucky freshman Brandon Knight.

Slipping Away: Connecticut 70, Michigan State 67 - The Only Colors
On the other side, we're left once again to marvel at the brilliance of an opposing scorer. Kemba Walker put up 30 points on just 19 FGA, converting some spectacular circus shots in the process. Walker may well end up being an All-American caliber performer, but the fact that quicker, smaller guards keep giving a team with its own quicker, smaller guards such large problems is perplexing.

Football links after the jump.

Randy Edsall Knows UConn Football Team Facing Tough Task In Cincinnati - CTnow
The Huskies (6-4, 3-2 Big East) struggled against Cincinnati last year at Nippert Stadium, allowing 47 points and nearly 700 yards in a loss.

Huskies Will Have Hands Full With Cincinnati's Collaros - CTnow
Collaros is the man who threw for 480 yards against the Huskies last season, the second-most yards in Cincinnati history. He had 447 through three quarters.

The Day - Hurd has done it all at UConn | News from southeastern Connecticut
"I was 16, 17 years old when I was getting recruited," said Hurd, who will make his 36th consecutive start. "It was just me, my mom, my sisters and my grandmother. I really felt it was important to stay around here and what better choice than here. The coaching staff has been great my entire career here.