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  • UCF women's basketball looking to extend historic streak against Memphis

    UCF women's basketball looking to extend historic streak against Memphis
    The past year hasn't given the UCF women's basketball team much to smile about. In the team's inaugural season in the American Athletic Conference, the team finished with a 3-15 conference record, one of its star players quit the team and injuries - as...
  • Huskies Topple Tulsa; KML Ties Taurasi

    Huskies Topple Tulsa; KML Ties Taurasi
    HARTFORD — For someone who has built his legacy setting records, Geno Auriemma really has little time for them during the season, especially when the focus of outsiders on their pursuit obscures his vision of what's important. After nine...
  • UCF football won't play Navy in American Athletic Conference until 2017

    UCF football won't play Navy in American Athletic Conference until 2017
    UCF fans will have to wait a few years to get a competitive taste of Navy football. The Midshipmen will join the American Athletic Conference in 2015 season. The league released it's home-and-away conference matchups from 2015-2018 Thursday and revealed...
  • UConn Men's Insider: AAC Showing Some Signs Of Life Lately; Now Will Huskies?

    A funny thing happened on the way to oblivion – actually three funny things: Cincinnati was back in its old grind-it-out mold, took San Diego State to overtime and won, 71-62. They couldn't sustain it, though, losing to Virginia Commonwealth two...
  • UConn's Kia Nurse, Moriah Jefferson Receive Weekly AAC Honors

    UConn's Kia Nurse and Moriah Jefferson were honored by the AAC on Monday. Here's the release from UConn: PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Fresh off a 51-point victory over SMU in UConn’s 2014-15 conference opener, freshman guard Kia Nurse (Hamilton,...
  • UCF hopes to build on win over Tulsa, chase conference title

    UCF hopes to build on win over Tulsa, chase conference title
    UCF chopped Tulsa's dangerous passing game down Friday, delivering the appropriate response to a season-altering loss at UConn a few weeks ago. It's safe to assume a bid to an elite bowl game is out of reach for the Knights even if they clinch another...
  • Memphis Beats Tulane, Keeps BCS Bowl Hopes Alive

    Dontrell Nelson and Bobby McCain each returned an interception for touchdowns as the Memphis Tigers beat Tulane 38-7 in New Orleans to remain alive for an American Athletic Conference Championship. Paxton Lynch finished 14-of-25 for 178 yards and a...
  • War on I-4 UCF, USF game set to kick off at noon

    War on I-4 UCF, USF game set to kick off at noon
    UCF kickoff times have been set for the Knights' final three games of the season. The Knights' will take on SMU Saturday at noon and the contest will air on ESPNews. UCF will face off with rival USF in Tampa the Friday after Thanksgiving, Nov. 28,...
  • After Another Bye, UConn's Diaco Welcomes Challenge Of Cincinnati

    After Another Bye, UConn's Diaco Welcomes Challenge Of Cincinnati
    As UConn hosts one of the hottest teams in the American Athletic Conference Saturday night at Rentschler Field, coach Bob Diaco will see a team from his coaching past. Diaco spent the 2009 season as the defensive coordinator at Cincinnati,...
  • George O'Leary: UCF is the logical choice for Miami Beach Bowl

    George O'Leary: UCF is the logical choice for Miami Beach Bowl
    Let the Florida campaign begin. UCF coach George O'Leary wasn't shy about making his postseason desires known, suggesting he wants a Miami Beach Bowl invitation during his weekly press conference.The Knights' resounding 31-7 win over Tulsa last week...
  • AAC commissioner Mike Aresco bemoans award snub for ECU receiver

    AAC commissioner Mike Aresco bemoans award snub for ECU receiver
    American Athletic Conference commissioner Mike Aresco voiced his displeasure that East Carolina receiver Justin Hardy was not a finalist for the Biletnikoff Award - given to the nation's top wide receiver. Aresco released a statement Wednesday evening...