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Topic - Sean Kilpatrick
McDermott finished his career with 3,150 points, fifth on the all-time list. He is the 11th three-time AP All-American and the first since Patrick Ewing of Georgetown and Wayman Tisdale of Oklahoma from 1982-85.
Doug McDermott spent his senior season passing a lot of big names on the career scoring list. He is now among some very select company.
Wesley Saunders led the 12th-seeded Crimson (27-4) with 12 points as Harvard pulled off an upset for the second straight year. Last year, Harvard upset New Mexico as a 14 seed.
Those kids from Harvard are getting a passing grade when it comes to the first game of the NCAA tournament.
Sitting at home in the postseason a year ago is something that stuck with the Connecticut Huskies, and they are busy making up for lost time.
Sean Kilpatrick's layup attempt danced tauntingly on the rim before falling away. His shot may have had a bit too much oomph.
Coach Donnie Jones waited until the second half for his UCF team to employ a junk defense on Cincinnati's Sean Kilpatrick.
Cincinnati guard Sean Kilpatrick, UConn guard Shabazz Napier and Louisville guard Russ Smith all are unanimous selections for the 2014 American Athletic Conference's all-league team.
A coin flip decided the top seed for the inaugural American Athletic Conference tournament. The competition to determine the league's player of the year also looks like a toss-up.
No. 15 Cincinnati won a conference title for the first time since 2004, and coach Mick Cronin didn't care that it was shared.
From the opening whistle, J.J. Moore was determined not to go home a loser on senior day at Rutgers.
No. 20 Memphis didn't expect this out of Titus Rubles. And the Tigers weren't alone in their surprise.
The first-place cushion that No. 15 Cincinnati enjoyed for most of the season has eroded. The Bearcats head into the final week needing two more wins to get the first American Athletic Conference title.
No. 11 Cincinnati held UConn without a basket for the last 7½ minutes on Saturday, but still couldn't find a way to beat the Huskies.
Cincinnati knew just three weeks ago what it felt like to get a big conference road win.
"It's an honor," Kilpatrick said.