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USF-Cincinnati women's preview

USF women at Cincinnati

When/where: 7; Fifth Third Arena, Cincinnati

Radio: 1010-AM

Records: USF 13-11, 8-5 American Athletic Conference; Cincinnati 11-14, 4-10

Notable: The Bulls defeated the Bearcats 57-48 in Tampa on Jan. 21. … This is the first of four consecutive games for USF against teams with losing records in league play. A loss in any of them, and the Bulls' NCAA Tournament bubble could burst. … Cincinnati has won two in a row (vs. Memphis and Temple) after dropping six of its previous seven.

Joey Knight, Times staff writer

USF-Cincinnati women's preview 02/18/14 [Last modified: Tuesday, February 18, 2014 6:58pm]
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