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2020 Schedule
6-5, 12th in American
26d

Nelson-Ododa helps No. 4 UConn rout Temple 83-54

Olivia Nelson-Ododa had a career-high 15 points, 10 rebounds and five blocks to lead No. 4 UConn to an 83-54 win over Temple on Sunday in the American Athletic Conference opener for both teams.

Williams' steal leads to a Walker bucket (0:19)
27d
Dangerfield sinks 3rd 3-pointer of 1st quarter (0:20)
27d
UConn ball movement opens Samuelson for 3 (0:25)
308d
Williams nails buzzer-beating 3 in 1st quarter (0:18)
308d
Collier honored for reaching 2,000 pts and 1,000 rebs (0:17)
308d
Dangerfield steals and scores for UConn (0:27)
308d
Dangerfield strips ball loose then scores on half-court pass (0:16)
329d
UConn's Samuelson cuts backdoor for and-1 (0:21)
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Stevens' block sets up Walker's 3-point play (0:31)
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Collier leads UConn to 102nd straight win (1:08)
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Longtime women's hoops ref DeMayo retiring

Longtime referee Dennis DeMayo, 63, will call his final women's college basketball game Wednesday night when No. 23 Temple visits top-ranked UConn.

USF vs. Temple Postgame Breakdown with USF Senior Shalethia Stringfield (1:37)
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AP Photo/Mark Humphrey
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Memphis tops Temple in record-matching 5 OTs

Memphis outlasted Temple 100-97 in five overtimes Thursday night, only the second game in NCAA Division I women's basketball history to go five overtimes.

Memphis outlasts Temple in five overtimes

The Tigers scored 50 points in regulation and 50 in the overtime periods to edge the Owls 100-97 in a contest that tied the record for the longest women's game. Brianna Wright scored a career-high 35 points to lift Memphis to its fourth straight win. Stats

Postgame Interview with UConn Head Coach Geno Auriemma (4:40)
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AP Photo/Frank Franklin II
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Looking ahead: Temple Owls

After a near-miss last season, Temple is poised to make a return visit to the NCAA tournament.

7yBrett McMurphy

Sources: TV rights key to Boise State's move

Boise State is trying to get the Big East and Mountain West to allow the Broncos to retain their home television rights, to guarantee which conference the school ends up in, sources told ESPN.

7yAndy Katz

Source: Boise State discussing staying in MWC

The Mountain West and Boise State are having ongoing dialogue about the Broncos staying in the conference instead of leaving for the Big East in the fall of 2013, a source with direct knowledge of the situation told ESPN.com Friday night.