Freshman Tony Johnson Jr. scored four of his career-high 21 points in the second overtime and Central Florida upset first-place Cincinnati 89-87 in an American Athletic Conference game on Wednesday night.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/618L 64-56
- 11/11W 81-59
- 11/14W 85-53
- 11/22W 66-65
- 11/24L 91-84
- 11/25W 81-77
- 11/30W 72-65
- 12/3W 82-73
- 12/7L 73-66
- 12/14L 67-66
- 12/1821W 78-66
- 12/21L 77-70
- 1/1W 67-51
- 1/4L 76-71
- 1/8W 75-44
- 1/11W 68-54
- 1/1622L 60-49
- 1/19W 82-57
- 1/22W 89-82
- 1/28W 65-43
- 2/121W 64-62
- 2/6W 80-79
- 2/9L 72-71
- 2/13W 92-86
- 2/16W 70-67
- 2/19L 89-87
- 2/23h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 3/122h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 3/3h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 3/7h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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- Refs toss Houston's Jarreau, say he bit opponent
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Keith Williams scored six of his 17 points in overtime and Cincinnati pulled out a 70-67 win over East Carolina on Sunday.
Tre Scott had 25 points and 19 rebounds, Jarron Cumberland scored eight of his 15 in overtime and Cincinnati rallied to beat Memphis 92-86 on Thursday night.
Freshman James Bouknight scored 23 points, including two key free throws in overtime, as UConn upset Cincinnati 72-71 in the American Athletic Conference on Sunday.
Jarron Cumberland converted a go-ahead three-point play with 3.5 seconds remaining to lift Cincinnati to an 80-79 win over Wichita State on Thursday night.
Travel issues delayed Cincinnati's charter flight to Wichita, Kansas, until Thursday, but the compressed travel schedule didn't keep the Bearcats from coming away with an 80-79 victory at Wichita State.
The Hoosiers could help themselves this weekend, as could Cincinnati and a pair of Pac-12 tourney hopefuls.
Houston coach Kelvin Sampson says he was wrong when he said that DeJon Jarreau did not bite Cincinnati's Mamoudou Diarra and suspended Jarreau for one game.
Keith Williams scored 10 of his 12 points in the second half and Cincinnati rallied from a 15-point deficit in the second half and beat No. 21 Houston 64-62 on Saturday night.
Houston guard DeJon Jarreau was ejected late in Saturday's game after officials determined he bit Cincinnati forward Mamoudou Diarra. But Jarreau's coach, Kelvin Sampson, maintained afterward that "there was no bite."
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Jarron Cumberland scored a season-high 28 points Tuesday night, and Cincinnati led the whole way during a 65-43 victory over SMU, its seventh straight win over the Mustangs.
Cousins Jarron and Jaevin Cumberland combined for 37 points, leading five into double-figure scoring as Cincinnati defeated Temple 89-82 Wednesday night.
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