Wednesday , Dec , 01 , 2004 C.Y. Ellis

Top-25 College Basketball Game Capsules

***** Top-25 College Basketball Game Capsules *****
(Tuesday, November 30th)

Final Score: (4) Georgia Tech 99, Michigan 68

Atlanta, GA (Sports Network) – B.J. Elder poured in a game-high 27 points to
lead fourth-ranked Georgia Tech to a convincing 99-68 win over Michigan in the
ACC-Big Ten Challenge at Alexander Memorial Coliseum. Elder ended 10-of-12
from the floor, including 7-of-9 from three-point range, while Will Bynum
chipped in 19 points for the Yellow Jackets (4-0), who have now won 18
straight non-conference games at home. Jarrett Jack added 16 points and 11
assists for Georgia Tech in the blowout win. Courtney Sims scored 17 points
and grabbed eight rebounds for the Wolverines (3-3), who have dropped three
straight contests.

Final Score: (7) Connecticut 99, Florida International 48

Storrs, CT (Sports Network) – Rashad Anderson scored 17 points, Josh Boone
added 14 with 11 rebounds, and No. 7 Connecticut rolled to a 99-48 victory
over Florida International at Gampel Pavilion. Denham Brown scored all 13 of
his points in the first half for the Huskies (2-0), and Rudy Gay collected
nine of his 12 after the break. UConn followed its November 20th victory
over Buffalo with a four-game exhibition tour against professional teams
in Great Britain, winning three of those four contests. The Golden Panthers
(3-2) were led by 12 points apiece from Ivan Almonte and Ismael N’Diaye.

Final Score: (8) Kentucky 92, Tennessee Tech 63

Lexington, KY (Sports Network) – Kelenna Azubuike scored a game-high 21 points
to lead eighth-ranked Kentucky to a 92-63 rout of Tennessee Tech at Rupp
Arena. Chuck Hayes added 17 points and 11 rebounds for the Wildcats (4-0),
who have won every game this season by at least 18 points. Patrick Sparks
tallied 11 points and five assists, and Randolph Morris recorded 10 points
as Kentucky increased its scoring average to 79.7 per game this season. Willie
Jenkins had 18 points and six rebounds for the Golden Eagles (1-3), who have
lost two in a row and were overmatched in the second half.

Final Score: (10) Duke 81, (11) Michigan State 74

Durham, NC (Sports Network) – J.J. Redick and Daniel Ewing each poured in 29
points to lead 10th-ranked Duke to a hard-fought 81-74 win over No. 11
Michigan State in the ACC-Big Ten Challenge at Cameron Indoor Stadium. Shelden
Williams added 10 points and 12 rebounds for the Blue Devils (4-0), who have
defeated 32 of their last 36 non-conference opponents. Paul Davis scored 17
points and grabbed 10 rebounds for the Spartans (3-1), who suffered their
first loss of the season following three blowout wins. Alan Anderson added 15
points and Kelvin Torbert chipped in 13 in the loss.

Final Score: (25) Wisconsin 69, (12) Maryland 64

Madison, WI (Sports Network) – Alando Tucker poured in a career-high 27 points
to lead the 25th-ranked Wisconsin Badgers to a 69-64 victory over No. 12
Maryland as part of the ACC/Big Ten Challenge at the Kohl Center. Sharif
Chambliss, a transfer player from Penn State who is not currently on
scholarship, added 15 points for the Badgers (3-1), who avenged an overtime
loss to the Terps last season. Zach Morley added 12 points, as Wisconsin
captured its 31st consecutive victory at home. Ekene Ibekwe delivered 21
points for Maryland (3-1), which came into the game off a blowout victory
over Memphis on Friday.

Final Score: (19) Florida 88, Florida A&M 51

Gainesville, FL (Sports Network) – Mohamed Abukar scored 16 of his 22 points
in the first half to lead 19th-ranked Florida to an 88-51 win over Florida A&M
at the O’Connell Center. Anthony Roberson contributed 13 points for the
Gators (4-0), who have won all six meetings against Florida A&M. Corey Brewer
chipped in 11 points in the win. Michael Harper and Jonathan Kelly each
finished with 10 points for the Rattlers (0-4), who committed 17

Final Score: (21) Arizona 98, Wyoming 70

Tucson, AZ (Sports Network) – Salim Stoudamire and Jawaan McClellan scored 19
points apiece to lead 21st-ranked Arizona over Wyoming 98-70 at the McKale
Center. Hassan Adams added 16 points for the Wildcats (4-2), who are
coming off a second-place finish at the Preseason NIT. Jay Straight scored 19
points for the Cowboys (3-1), who suffered their first loss of the season.

Final Score: (23) Iowa 91, Drake 75

Des Moines, IA (Sports Network) – Adam Haluska and Jeff Horner each scored 21
points to lead 23rd-ranked Iowa to a 91-75 win over Drake. Pierre Pierce
added 15 points and Carlton Reed chipped in 14 for the Hawkeyes (4-1), who
have now defeated Drake 26 straight times. Aliou Keita had a career-high 23
points for the Bulldogs (1-2), who have dropped two straight following
a season-opening win. Klayton Korver pitched in 18 points in the loss.