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TheRoundUp 11/8: I hope you like Lamb

UConn Men Top Bridgeport In Exhibition, 103-57 -
For UConn, which opens the regular season Friday against Stony Brook at Gampel Pavilion, this was a step in the right direction. The Huskies dominated all facets against the Division II Purple Knights. UConn struggled on the glass early but grabbed 16 offensive rebounds in the second half and finished with an overall rebounding advantage of 44-31.

The Day - Lamb may play Robin to Kemba’s Batman | News from southeastern Connecticut
Freshman Jeremy Lamb stated his case in a 103-57 rout of Division II Bridgeport at the XL Center. He made plays all over the court, finishing with 17 points, six rebounds, three blocks, two assists and a steal in 19 minutes.

The Day - Embattled Frazer looks to lead UConn to strong finish | News from southeastern Connecticut
The test now is to finish the season strong, just like a year ago when Frazer led UConn to four straight victories, including a bowl win over South Carolina. The Huskies are determined to go bowling for the fourth straight year and still have a chance to factor into the conference race.

Huskies Have A Fighter In Frazer -
There is no intrigue this time. Zach's starting the must-win game against Pittsburgh. And it feels right. Say what you will about Zach Frazer the quarterback. He's good. He's not good. You like the way he handles his reads and throws the football. Or you don't. That's all fine.

UConn At 4-4: Looking Back, Looking Forward - Hartford Courant
What needs to happen: Frazer must become the guy who led the Huskies to four consecutive wins down the stretch in 2009. He's a senior who got a second chance, so he should be motivated.

Judge expands gag order in UConn player stabbing -
A judge has expanded a gag order he imposed in the case of the fatal stabbing of a University of Connecticut football player.