Boston University vs. UConn Notes
Nov. 17, 2013
> UConn has now won four straight games against Boston University and leads the all-time series, 42-12. The Huskies have not lost to the Terriers since 12/9/86.
> The UConn bench reached 20 points for the fourth straight game. In 2012-13, the bench reached the 20+ point plateau just twice.
> The Huskies have recorded 28 blocks this season. Amida Brimah is responsible for 16 of them in just 63 minutes.
> With six assists in today’s game, Shabazz Napier moved up to No. 8 among UConn’s all-time assist leaders with 482.
> The Huskies opened the game on an 10-0 run. The Terriers missed their first 12 shots from the field and didn’t record a point until the 11:26 mark.
> Head coach Kevin Ollie has a 10-1 record in the month of November.
> The Terriers closed the final 3:42 of the first half on a 12-0 run, fueled by nine points from D.J Irving.
> DeAndre Daniels led all scorers with 24 points, marking a season-high.
> Connecticut improves to 74-4 all-time at Gampel Pavilion against non-conference foes.
> Ryan Boatright has now played in 49 consecutive games which is the longest current streak by any Husky player.
> Three Huskies (Daniels, Boatright, Napier) accounted for 67.5 percent (52-of-77) of Connecticut’s 77 points.