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The Daily Dig: C-USA Championship Edition

The #21 UTEP Miners take on the surging Houston Cougars, led by the nation's leading scorer Aubrey Coleman, at 9:30 am MST.  UTEP hasn't won a league tournament since the old WAC days in 2005. ...


2010 GMC Sierra C-USA Conference Championship Open Game Thread

Saturday, March 13, 2010 The BOK Center (Tulsa, Oklahoma) 9:30 am MST TV:  CBS (the real one) Radio:  KOFX (online listening sometimes available)

Houston Cougars Advance to C-USA Final

Houston held off Southern Miss 74-66 in the other C-USA Semi-Final to earn the chance to play for an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. The Miners will have a chance to avenge their only loss to a C-USA team this year. Remember, game is at 9:30 a.m. MST and will be televised nationally on CBS (Hooray for not having to watch UTEP over an internet stream!)

Sweet 16: Miners Dominate Tulsa & Advance to First-Ever C-USA Tournament Championship

The #21 UTEP Miners rolled past the Tulsa Hurricane in front of a hometown crowd to advance to  their first ever Conference USA Tournament Championship Game and extend their school record winning...


UTEP vs. Tulsa: C-USA Tournament Semi-Final Open Thread

UTEP vs. TULSA ROUND THREE Friday, March 12, 2010 The BOK Center in Tulsa, OK 2:00 pm (MST) TV:  CBS College Sports GAME PREVIEW HERE

The Daily Dig: And Then There Were Four Edition

El Pasoan's and UTEP fans across the country are going to find it extremely difficult to focus at work this afternoon.  A Friday, with the #21 UTEP Miners playing in the C-USA Semi Final at 2:00...

The Not-So-Neutral Court: Miners Draw Tulsa in C-USA Semi-Final

Day two of the 2010 GMC Sierra C-USA Championship is now officially behind us and if we learned anything yesterday it is that anything can happen in March.  #2 Memphis?  Done.  #3 UAB?  Done. ...

Upsets Rock C-USA Tourney: What if Someone Steals the C-USA Auto-Bid Now?

  First, Aubrey Coleman & the Houston Cougars stunned Memphis in a thrilling finish.  Then, Mike Davis's squad was run out of the BOK Center by Southern Miss.  Now, I have to re-evaluate the...

Upset City: UAB Falls to Southern Miss 58-44

Angelo Johnson and Gary Flowers were too much for Mike Davis' futile Blazers. 44 points? Something told me that USM would finally get past the Blazers (they had two tough losses earlier in the year), but I had no idea that they would get beat like that. Mike Davis: four years in Birmingham and no tournament appearances. Remember when Davis wouldn't make a guarantee to DeMarcus Cousins that he'd stay in Birmingham if he committed? Now, you have to wonder if his seat is warming. Conference USA is now a one bid league unless UTEP loses in the C-USA Tournament. It's a shame. UAB and Memphis were both in excellent positions to get into the tournament but it seems highly unlikely either team gets in now.

The Bubble Goes Pop: Aubrey Coleman & Co. Stun Memphis 66-65

N-I-T! N-I-T! Aubrey Coleman hit a shot with 4 seconds to go to knock Memphis out of the C-USA Tournament in a shoot-out. Memphis beat writer Dan Wolken now knows that it's NIT Time for the Tigers. The game was not without controversy; Willie Kemp drained a shot as time expired, seemingly giving the Tigers the win, but the referee's called a double dribble just before he got the shot off. An incredible game.
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