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Anthony Chiusano | NCAA.com | December 20, 2016

UConn-Ohio State recap: Huskies rout Buckeyes in No. 1 vs. No. 12 women's basketball matchup

  No. 1 UConn won its 85th consecutive game Monday night in Storrs.

Make it 85 straight victories for the unanimous No. 1 team in the country in UConn women's basketball. The Huskies once again dominated in a home matchup against No. 12 Ohio State, 82-63, Monday night.

Napheesa Collier finished with 27 points while Katie Lou Samuelson added 26 points and five 3-pointers in a game that the Huskies only led by six at halftime before breaking free in the third quarter. For the Buckeyes, All-American Kelsey Mitchell had 23 points, but only four came in the second half.

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