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By James A. Lyons Jr.
The president has shifted alliance from friend to enemy
Topic - Jessieka Palmer
Houston played Connecticut close for the first 10½ minutes. The top-ranked Huskies were simply too much after that.
Houston guard Jessieka Palmer and her struggling teammates got together before the Cougars' game with No. 3 Louisville and talked about how players like competing against some of the best.
Marche Amerson scored 23 points and Jessieka Palmer added 16 for Houston (5-21, 1-14).
"We knew Louisville was No. 3 in the nation, so we came out and gave it all we got," Palmer said. "We played with them until towards the end, and a lot of us got in foul trouble. All the momentum shifted and we weren't able to get it back after that."