2016 ScheduleAll times ET

2016 Schedule
12-20, 9th in American
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From disaster to awesome in a flash

It wasn't the prettiest possession, but after South Florida almost turned the ball over twice, Chris Perry found Jaleel Cousins for a huge alley-oop to help the Bulls knock off East Carolina.

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USF Mascot joins the broadcast. (0:25)
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Cincinnati rolling at halftime

Easy baskets like this baseline jam have given the Bearcats a 37-25 lead over ECU on ESPNU.

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SMU rallies past East Carolina (0:54)
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Moore makes it from way beyond the arc

SMU's Nic Moore showed off with his long range.

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Foster flies in for putback slam

SMU's Jarrey Foster showed some hops with this two-handed, putback against East Carolina.

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ECU's thunderous, one-handed dunk (0:18)
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Tyson turns transition to dunk mission

ECU's B.J. Tyson brought the heat on this dunk vs. SMU. The game is live on ESPNews.

Watch: East Carolina at (21) SMU

The Mustangs have lost four of their past seven games after starting the season 18-0. While they can't earn a postseason bid, they would still like to earn a regular-season conference title. Meanwhile, the Pirates have lost 24 straight games to ranked opponents. Live on ESPNews, WatchESPN

What's up with the AAC?

With SMU out of the postseason, it looks as though the AAC would be lucky to have three NCAA tournament teams this season. What has gone wrong with the conference? Our experts break it down. Coaches Roundtable (Insider)

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Why has American Conference fallen off?

The American Athletic Conference produced a national champion in 2014, but it could land just three teams in this season's NCAA tournament. What happened to the league?

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Frazier's oop helps Tulane prevail in 3OT

Melvin Frazier went over a defender to finish an alley-oop and put Tulane up for good in its 100-92 win over East Carolina in triple overtime.

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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.

Tournament History

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Tournament Record0-2
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances2