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  • UCF men's basketball prepares for physical test against Cincinnati

    UCF men's basketball prepares for physical test against Cincinnati
    Just four seconds separate the most physically taxed athlete in the American Athletic Conference and UCF freshman guard Adonys Henriquez.
  • American Athletic Conference may add new bowl games in 2015

    American Athletic Conference may add new bowl games in 2015
    As the American Athletic Conference continues to look for ways to expand its fledgling brand, league officials are looking into the possibility of creating additional new bowl games in the near future. AAC commissioner Mike Aresco told the Sentinel...

    SMU has not heard from NCAA, remains hopeful about Frazier's appeal

    SMU had not received word on its appeal to the NCAA regarding sophomore guard Keith Frazier's academic eligibility as of Tuesday afternoon. With Monday being Martin Luther King Day, a federal holiday, the school most likely will learn the status of its...

    Five questions with UCF WBB's Zykira Lewis

    Five questions with UCF WBB's Zykira Lewis
    Zykira Lewis is just a sophomore for UCF women's basketball, but she's already earned the title as the team's most reliable scorer. Lewis, who was a unanimous selection to the American Athletic Conference All-Freshman team last year, put over 20...

    USF Unable To Rattle Huskies

    USF Unable To Rattle Huskies
    STORRS — The upheaval preceding this second season of American Athletic Conference women's basketball unearthed two realities for the teams now in the league. The first: UConn likely would not be upended, unless one of those earthquakes rattling...