PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Jim Calhoun returned to his regular seat on
the bench and led Connecticut to a familiar spot in the round of
A.J. Price scored 27 points, Jeff Adrien had 23 and Connecticut
dominated Texas A&M from the opening tip in a 92-66 victory on
Saturday, putting the Huskies in the round of 16 for the 12th time
under their longtime coach.
After getting treatment for dehydration and missing
Connecticut's first-round game, Calhoun came back and never had to
worry. Stanley Robinson had 12 points for the top-seeded Huskies
(29-4), who will play the Washington-Purdue winner in the West
Region semifinals in Glendale, Ariz.
Bryan Davis and Donald Sloan led overmatched Texas A&M with 12
points. The ninth-seeded Aggies (24-10) were knocked out by the top
seed in the second round for the second straight tournament.
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