2016 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/18W 110-69
- 11/21W 97-52
- 11/28W 76-64
- 11/30W 78-65
- 12/2W 93-78
- 12/8L 67-57
- 12/13W 105-98
- 12/16W 73-65
- 12/19W 81-65
- 12/21L 78-69
- 12/22W 94-89
- 12/28W 76-49
- 12/30W 73-67
- 1/2W 77-50
- 1/5W 63-45
- 1/13L 70-59
- 1/17L 69-57
- 1/198L 77-73
- 1/23L 71-62
- 1/27W 81-66
- 1/30W 97-93
- 2/112W 71-68
- 2/7L 77-63
- 2/10W 98-90
- 2/13W 82-58
- 2/17W 82-69
- 2/21L 69-66
- 2/24W 88-61
- 2/28W 75-68
- 3/3W 69-56
- 3/11L 72-69
- 3/164L 81-62
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The family of former Houston Astros owner Roy Hofheinz wants a court to require the University of Houston to keep his name on the school's basketball arena.
Herman getting Houston in the forefront
Social media is many things, but for coach Tom Herman it serves as free advertising above anything else. That's invaluable for Houston's head man. Flipping the field
Allen will aid Texas' tourney pursuits
That is, if Jarrett Allen does indeed sign with Texas, which isn't exactly a foregone conclusion. Houston is in play for the big man and if he goes to the AAC, he could end up being a game-changer. 2016-17's best freshmen (Insider)
He'll 'wake up one morning' and decide
Jarrett Allen (No. 19 overall, ESPN 100) still isn't sure where he will play next season, but in-state schools Texas and Houston are recruiting the 6-10 center the hardest. Allen talks recruitment (Insider)
Adam Smith scored 20 points and Georgia Tech pulled away in the second half to beat Houston 81-62 on Wednesday night in an opening-round NIT game.
Cameron Reynolds made a go-ahead 3-pointer with 11 seconds left and No. 10 seed Tulane upset second-seeded Houston 72-69 Friday night in an American Athletic Conference Tournament quarterfinal.
Watch American quarters: Tulane-Houston
Tulane came into the tournament on a losing streak, but knocked off UCF to set up a date with Houston in the Cougars' first action of the tournament. Live on ESPNU/WatchESPN
Andy Katz and Seth Greenberg break down each of the major conference tournaments and discuss the implications of wins and losses for teams on the bubble.
An antsy American tourney upcoming
Nothing's settled in the AAC, especially with no SMU in the field. It's going to be the ultimate battle royal for Tulsa, Cincinnati, UConn, Houston and Temple -- teams which really need to do well this week to secure an NCAA tourney berth. Conference tourney answers
Time to pay attention to Houston?
After back-to-back wins over UConn and Cincinnati, is it time to think about Houston as a bubble team? Eamonn Brennan has his eye on the Cougars. Bubble Watch
Damyean Dotson and Rob Gray Jr. had 13 points each on Thursday night and Houston pulled away after a slow start, closing its regular season with a 69-56 win over Cincinnati.
Cincinnati at Houston: Who wins?
Cincy is fighting to stay off the NCAA tournament bubble. Houston, however, has won eight of its last 10 and has home-court advantage. Weekday predictions
Damyean Dotson scored 22 points and grabbed 14 rebounds as Houston improved its NCAA resume with a 75-68 win over UConn on Sunday.
Houston defeats UConn 75-68 in Storrs
The Huskies fall to sixth place behind the Cougars in the AAC standings after the loss. They were previously projected as a No. 8 seed by Joe Lunardi. Box score
We have a nail-biter at Gampel Pavilion
With under two minutes to go, Houston leads UConn 69-66 in Storrs. The Huskies (No. 42 RPI) would fall behind the Cougars in the AAC standings with a loss. Follow live
UConn in trouble against Houston
With under six minutes to go, Houston is giving UConn all it can handle. Damyean Dotson is leading the Cougars with 19 points and 10 rebounds. Follow live
UConn leads Houston 33-32 at halftime
Houston finished the half with an 8-0 run to make it a one-point game in Storrs. The Huskies (No. 42 RPI) could really use the win. Box score
Follow live: Houston at UConn
UConn (No. 42 RPI) tries to keep pace in the AAC standings. The Huskies are 1.5 games out of first, but they're just a half-game ahead of the visiting Cougars. Follow live
Damyean Dotson scored 17 points and Houston beat UCF 88-61 on Wednesday night to clinch a first-round bye at the American Athletic Conference tournament.
Obi Enechionyia scored a career-high 26 points as Temple rallied from a 10-point deficit and beat Houston 69-66 on Sunday night to remain alone atop the American Athletic Conference standings.