No. 8 UConn Downs St. John's, 83-69

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St. John's Vs. Connecticut: Red Storm Fall to Huskies 83-69

The St. John's Red Storm fell to the the ninth-ranked Connecticut Huskies today by a final score of 83-69. The loss drops the Red Storm to 7-6 on the season and 1-1 in the Big East. UConn moves to 12-1 and 2-0 in the Big East.

The Red Storm had four players score in double figures – God'sgift Achiuwa, Sir'Dominic Pointer, D'Angelo Harrison and Moe Harkless – but got zero contribution from their bench, who failed to record a single point, rebound or assist.

St. John's shot an abysmal 36 percent from the field, but were able to hang with the Huskies by getting to the free throw line – 30 times – and limiting their turnovers.

The Red Storm's next game is January 3 when they host the fourth-ranked Louisville Cardinals.

-- See SB Nation's College Basketball Hub Page for complete NCAA Basketball Coverage. See Big East Coast Bias for all things Big East For more on St. John's Basketball see our team blog Rumble In The Garden.

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