ESPN's panel talks AAC recruiting, including Houston's emergence, the league's toughest recruiting spot and its biggest sleeper.
- 12/2W 67-55
- 12/6L 77-69
- 12/9W 78-73
- 12/1212L 65-56
- 12/16L 74-71
- 12/19L 83-68
- 12/22L 75-70
- 1/2L 70-66
- 1/7W 76-69
- 1/10L 82-76
- 2/4W 63-60
- 2/7W 64-61
- 2/12W 71-69
- 2/14W 69-68
- 2/216L 90-52
- 2/24W 70-69
- 2/26W 91-71
- 2/28L 80-74
- 3/4L 78-64
- 3/7W 82-69
- 3/12W 74-71
- 3/13W 60-59
- 3/147L 91-54
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Jeff Borzello talked to anonymous coaches about the American men's basketball programs that have the most and fewest recruiting advantages.
- Cincinnati hires Wes Miller as new hoops coach
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Cincinnati hired UNC Greenboro's Wes Miller as its next men's basketball head coach, it was announced on Wednesday.
Cincinnati has fired head coach John Brannen after two seasons following an investigation into the men's basketball program, the school announced Friday.
Cincinnati has placed men's basketball coach John Brannen on paid leave pending an investigation after six Bearcats players decided to transfer last month.
The tournament was moved to Asheville, North Carolina last year due to the coronavirus pandemic and returns to Hawaii this year.
— Quentin Grimes scored 21 points with five 3-pointers, Marcus Sasser had 16 points and No. 7 Houston beat Cincinnati 91-54 on Sunday in the third consecutive American Athletic Conference tournament championship game between the two teams.
— Mason Madsen had a team-high 10 points for short-handed Cincinnati, which overcame missing its last three free-throw attempts and held on to beat top-seeded Wichita State 60-59 on Saturday to advance to its fourth consecutive American Athletic...
— Jeremiah Davenport and Mason Madsen scored 19 points apiece as Cincinnati got past East Carolina 82-69 on Sunday.
— Scotty Pippen scored a career-high 36 points on near-perfect shooting, Jordan Wright added 15 points and 11 rebounds and Vanderbilt defeated Cincinnati 78-64 on Thursday night.
— Boogie Ellis scored 17 points to lead five Memphis players in double figures as the Tigers topped Cincinnati 80-74 on Sunday.
— Jeremiah Davenport had a career-high 27 points, Tari Eason had 20 points, 13 rebounds and three blocks, and Cincinnati rolled past Tulane 91-71 on Friday.
— Jeremiah Davenport made a layup with 12.6 seconds left to lift Cincinnati to a 70-69 win over Tulsa on Wednesday night.
— Quentin Grimes had 20 points and eight rebounds, and No. 6 Houston used a big first half to roll past Cincinnati 90-52 on Sunday.
— Keith Williams and David DeJulius scored 14 points each and Mason Madsen hit the clinching free throw with 2.1-seconds left as Cincinnati held off Central Florida for a 69-68 win on Sunday.
— Jeremiah Davenport registered 12 points, eight rebounds and six assists as Cincinnati narrowly beat Temple 71-69 on Friday night.
— Tari Eason made a layup with 45 seconds remaining to give Cincinnati the lead en route to a 64-61 win over Tulane on Sunday.
— David DeJulius hit a foul shot with 1:58 remaining to give Cincinnati the lead en route to a 63-60 win over Temple on Thursday night.
— Ricky Council IV had a season-high 23 points as Wichita State beat Cincinnati 82-76 on Sunday.
— Jeremiah Davenport had 18 points and 10 rebounds to lead five Cincinnati players in double figures as the Bearcats topped SMU 76-69 on Thursday night.
— Brandon Rachal had 25 points and 13 rebounds as Tulsa narrowly defeated Cincinnati 70-66 on Saturday.
The Scarlet Knights moved to 6-0 with a rout of Maryland and victory over Illinois last week, and they make their first appearance in our top 16.
— Toumani Camara had 19 points and 10 rebounds on Saturday night, and Georgia beat Cincinnati 83-68, improving to 6-0 on the season for the Bulldogs’ best start since the 1982-83 Final Four team.
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