Found February 20, 2014 on Pro Sports Daily:
Breathing room at the top of the Patriot League standings is what Boston University craved, and that’s what it earned with a 71-62 victory over American last night at Agganis Arena. Maurice Watson Jr. had 13 points, seven assists and four rebounds, and the Terriers pounded the offensive glass for 16 rebounds, leading to 14 second-chance points, to give themselves a two-game cushion with three games left to play before their first Patriot League tournament. With its fifth straight victory, BU (20-8, 13-2) secured its first 20-win season since 2004-05. American falls further back in second place to 15-11, 11-4. “We looked at it as another game. We definitely wanted to beat them, revenge, for what they did to us down there,” senior Dom Morris said, referencing the Terriers’ 30-point loss at American in January. “We didn’t want to get too hyped. I felt we were a little too hyped in the beginning.” American built a 10-point lead 10 minutes into the game last night but the Terriers fi...

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