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2015-16 Schedule
19-7, 3rd in American

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)

ESPN experts predict AAC winner

One game separates the AAC's top five teams. How do ESPN's experts think the conference race will play out? Daily Word


Joe Lunardi's Bracketology: Last four in

  • Seton Hall Pirates
  • Florida State Seminoles
  • Butler Bulldogs
  • Cincinnati Bearcats
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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?

ESPN Stats & Info

BPI gives more credit to UConn and Cincy

Connecticut's BPI of No. 23 is 25 spots higher than its RPI ranking. The same applies to Cincinnati (No. 59 in RPI). Temple, however, is higher in the RPI (No. 70). Daily RPI

Bilas ranks Cincinnati at No. 37

The Bearcats are 17-7 overall and 7-4 in the American, but they have not stood out where Cincinnati teams usually do -- on the glass. Bilas Index: 1-68 (Insider)


Evans bumps Bearcats lead to 20 points

Cincinnati's Jacob Evans sinks a 3-pointer to increase the Bearcats' lead to 63-43.

Watch: Cincinnati at UCF

Cincinnati will try to bounce back from a loss to Memphis. The Bearcats are double-digit favorites at UCF. At No. 63 in the RPI, Cincy can't drop this one. Live on ESPNews/WatchESPN

Temple is bubbly, but Tulsa not there yet

The Owls own the two best wins of any AAC team (SMU, at UConn) and are now the current league standings leader, not counting ineligible SMU. Cincinnati and UConn also have work to do, while Tulsa remains a tourney longshot. Bubble Watch


Lunardi's bracketology: First Four Out

  • Vanderbilt Commodores
  • Cincinnati Bearcats
  • Clemson Tigers
  • Wisconsin Badgers
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Postgame Interview with Memphis Head Coach John Pastner. (1:29)

Cincinnati keeps fighting in Memphis

The Bearcats were once down by double digits. Troy Caupain made things very interesting with this layup and trip to the line (Live on ESPN2).


Clark does everything on this play

Cincinnati's Gary Clark grabs the defensive rebound, hustles down the court and then makes a put-back layup. The Bearcats trail Memphis by four on ESPN2.

Team Stats

Points Per Game74.2159th
Rebounds Per Game39.0Tied-60th
Assists Per Game15.945th
Points Allowed61.611th

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