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USF-Connecticut preview

. TONIGHT

USF vs. UConn

When/where: 7; Sun Dome

TV/radio: CBS Sports Network; 98.7-FM

Records: Connecticut 21-6, 9-5 American Athletic; USF 12-15, 3-11

Notable: Two weeks after being humiliated by 43 points in Hartford, the Bulls promise a more valiant effort. … USF is coming off a seven-day break, its longest in conference play. UConn will be playing its third game in seven days. … The Bulls have dropped four in a row but have won two of their past three at home against the Huskies. … USF was plagued by early foul trouble in the first meeting, resulting in matchup problems and no offensive rhythm. Leading scorer Victor Rudd (15.3 ppg) had only six.

Joey Knight, Times staff writer

USF-Connecticut preview 02/25/14 [Last modified: Tuesday, February 25, 2014 8:16pm]
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