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2015-16 Schedule
10-12, 9th in American
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For the win...

Houston's Galen Robinson Jr. takes matters into his own hands to win the game in the first overtime. Alas, it wasn't meant to be, and it'll take more than one extra session to decide this one.

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Houston-ECU headed for overtime

Caleb White's 3-pointer tied East Carolina up against Houston. The game is in overtime on ESPNews.

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Dotson hits the and-1

Houston's Damyean Dotson absorbs the contact and lays one in late in the first half against ECU. The Cougars look to extend their early lead.

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Gray gets it to go from outside

After a prayer of a pass from the paint, Houston's Rob Gray Jr. steps up and nails a 3-pointer from Dallas. The Cougars lead early over the Pirates.

13d

East Carolina holds on and upsets Memphis 84-83

B.J. Tyson matched his career best, scoring 26 points and Prince Williams made all four free throws in the final 1:26 as East Carolina held off a Memphis rally 84-83 on Sunday, its first road win

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SMU improves to 16-0 (0:50)
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Mustangs efficient on offense in victory (1:09)
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Ben Moore: 'We're just playing for each other' (1:19)
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No. 10 SMU rolls to 16-0 at East Carolina

The Mustangs had five players in double figures, led by Ben Moore's 17 points, and Nic Moore dished a career-high 12 assists as SMU stayed unbeaten with a 79-55 win. Box score

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Moores connect for Mustangs

Ben Moore is 8-of-11 from the field and Nic Moore helped him with an easy bucket on this play as No. 10 SMU is in control against East Carolina.

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Halftime: No. 10 SMU 37, East Carolina 32

Undefeated SMU cooled off after a hot start, but the Mustangs still lead by seven at the break. B.J. Tyson is helping keep the Pirates in it, with 10 points at the half. (Live on ESPNews)

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Unbeaten SMU running away early

Ben Moore got loose in the open floor for a two-handed slam as the Mustangs already have a double-digit advantage on ESPNews.

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Reverse off-the-backboard alley-oop?

Tulsa's Sterling Taplin cuts to the hoop and while spinning backward, throws the ball off the glass to Rashad Smith for the alley-oop flush.

Team Stats

Points Per Game70.3Tied-246th
Rebounds Per Game35.1Tied-252nd
Assists Per Game15.469th
Points Allowed71.2166th