Tag Archives: SMU

AAC Key Matchups: Cincinnati Dominates SMU

Cincinnati won in the most Cincinnati way possible. Ugly. Poor shooting and tons of free throws all game long for both sides. The Bearcats only shot 41.4%, but they held SMU to 37.5% shooting. And they won the turnover battle by 7. This culminated into Cincinnati pushing their NCAA-leading home winning streak to 35, winning the game 76-56. This is

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AAC Tourney Watch

  LOCKS: Wichita State, Cincinnati, SMU Quality Wins: Marquette, Baylor, Oklahoma State Bad Losses: None Quality Wins: UCLA, Mississippi State Bad Losses: None Quality Wins: Arizona, USC, UCF, Boise State Bad Losses: Western Kentucky On The Bubble: Houston, UCF Quality Wins: Arkansas, Providence Bad Losses: Drexel Quality Wins: Alabama Bad Losses: None  

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NCAAMReview Preseason Top 25

Arizona Duke UNC Kansas Wichita State Kentucky Louisville Villanova Gonzaga Michigan State West Virginia Florida UCLA Baylor Notre Dame Wisconsin Oregon Butler Virginia Purdue Cincinnati Miami Maryland South Carolina Michigan Additional Votes: Creighton, Northwestern, St. Mary’s, Texas, Florida State, Michigan, VCU, Marquette, SMU, Dayton, Seton Hall, USC, Virginia Tech, BYU, Xavier

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So What’s Changed?

If there’s one thing that is always the same in college sports, it’s that the landscape is always changing.  Coaches take new jobs, players transfer, and schools switch conferences.  Most of this seems to go under the radar due to summer baseball, and NBA free agency taking precedence.  However, come November, College Basketball will be center stage for 5 months.

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AAC Looks to Have Bigger Impact come March

Ryan Poutre, NCAAMReview Author The upcoming 2017-2018 basketball season for the American Athletic Conference should be an exciting one. The conference is still top heavy but there are at least 5 teams that have a real shot at making the tourney. These are the five teams. Locks: Wichita State, Cincinnati Shockers: The addition of Wichita State makes the conference worth

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