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From the opening whistle, J.J. Moore was determined not to go home a loser on senior day at Rutgers.
No. 15 Cincinnati won a conference title for the first time since 2004, and coach Mick Cronin didn't care that it was shared.
Tristan Spurlock scored 23 points and Isaiah Sykes added 14 to help Central Florida rally from a 15-point deficit in the second half and defeat Rutgers 67-65 Wednesday.
Louisville turned all those open looks on the perimeter into a 3-point shooting clinic that even included a little-used freshman.
Even Larry Brown had no idea how his SMU team would play after being ranked for the first time in 29 years.
Nearly four weeks after his team lost by 14 points to SMU in Dallas, Rutgers coach Eddie Jordan saw a silver lining despite a similar defeat Friday night.
Kadeem Jack scored a career-high 31 points, leading Rutgers to a 79-69 victory against South Florida on Saturday night.
J.J. Moore went from his lowest scoring output of the season against Houston to the highest point production of his career against the Cougars, and all it took was some comfort.
Only one thing was running through Temple point guard Will Cummings' mind after Rutgers erased a 20-point second-half deficit to take a one-point lead with just under three minutes remaining.