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USF-UCF preview

>>Tonight

USF at UCF

When/where: 7; CFE Arena, Orlando

TV/radio: ESPNews; 98.7-FM

Records: USF 11-11, 2-7 American; UCF 9-10, 1-7

Notable: The Bulls have won 20 of 27 meetings; this will be the first in which both occupy the same conference. … The Knights, losers of six in a row, likely will have a four-guard lineup that includes Isaiah Sykes. The 6-foot-6 senior is the only player in the AAC's top 15 in scoring (15.2), rebounding (6.9), assists (3.5), steals (1.5) and field-goal percentage (47.7).

USF-UCF preview 02/04/14 [Last modified: Tuesday, February 4, 2014 8:42pm]
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