How did Hilton Armstrong become Connecticut's primary post player? Wasn't that supposed to be Josh Boone's role?
Well, he took it because Boone didn't put up a fight to keep it. At least that's the thinking at Connecticut, where Armstrong has been on a tear of late, at the expense of Boone.
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Andy Katz is a senior college basketball writer for ESPN.com. He started working for the site in 1998, eventually leaving a 10-year newspaper career in 1999 to join ESPN.com full-time. In addition to covering games and breaking news on a daily basis, Katz is a reporter for studio and remote coverage of college basketball and the NBA draft on ESPN's family of networks. He also writes the Daily Word, hosts ESPNU's The Experts (1 p.m. ET) and Katz Korner (4:30 ET) on Tuesdays during the season and is co-host of the ESPNU college hoops podcast.