It's difficult to make a 7-foot-6 basketball player look invisible, but the Huskies came as close as possible against Central Florida's Tacko Fall.
"This game was marked on the calendar," said UConn's Amida Brimah, 7-1. "So I just came out aggressive. It was a good matchup for me, a chance to get better."
Fall, a sophomore, had been a major factor in UCF's 12-4 start. But he went 0-for-6 in the Knights' last game against East Carolina, and perhaps that provided a blueprint. Against UConn, he got only one shot off, a miss, and had three rebounds in 25 minutes.
"It's an adjustment for him," UCF coach Johnny Dawkins said. "Tacko's been...