Lazan Kromah scored 17 as did Shabazz Napier and five UConn players were in double figures in a 75-55 win in Orlando on Sunday night.
UConn improves to 18-5, 6-4 in the AAC and rebounded for a difficult loss at Cincinnati on Thursday.
The Huskies hammered Central Florida 84-61 last month, and won comfortably again on Sunday. Sunday's game did require more effort as the Huskies saw a 17-point halftime lead dwindle to nine midway through the second half before the Huskies right the ship.
DeAndre Daniels returned after two games off with an ankle injury and then back spasms to score 16 points and grab seven rebounds for the Huskies. Daniels moved well and showed no ill effects of an ankle injury suffered more than two weeks ago and also wasn't laboring with back spasms. Ryan Boatright added 11 points for the Huskies while Phil Nolan came off the bench and was effective with 10 points.
Isaiah Sykes led UCF, which has lost eight straight, with 17 points. The only other player in double figures was massive 6-10, 310-pound freshman Justin McBride. McBride, who has been struggling with knee injuries, scored the first 13 points of his career. His play helped the Knights rally from an 18-point deficit to nine in the second half, but the Huskies didn't let the game get close.
The Huskies shot 47 percent from the floor and held a 42-31 rebounding advantage.