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Houston played Connecticut close for the first 10½ minutes. The top-ranked Huskies were simply too much after that.
Top-ranked Connecticut was held to a season-low point total and still won easily.
Keena Mays, the American Conference's leading scorer, got her 20 points against UConn.
It's not that unusual for top-ranked Connecticut to have five players score in double figures.
Tonya Cardoza spent 14 seasons on UConn's bench, and knows just how tough the Huskies are at their best.
Connecticut had just six scholarship players healthy enough to play against South Florida. That's all the Huskies needed.
Memphis came into its game at top-ranked Connecticut with no illusions of extending a three-game winning streak.
Connecticut coach Geno Auriemma has had teams that could steal passes, and he's had teams that could block shots. This season, he has a team that can do both.
Bria Hartley acknowledged she is a streaky shooter. She had one of her good days against Rutgers.