2017 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/11W 93-52
- 11/21W 93-56
- 11/22W 85-58
- 11/23W 72-71
- 11/26W 83-53
- 11/29L 84-65
- 12/3W 105-61
- 12/6L 84-72
- 12/10W 82-77
- 12/17W 83-58
- 12/21W 77-54
- 12/23L 57-56
- 12/28W 62-46
- 12/31W 70-56
- 1/4W 64-61
- 1/722L 67-58
- 1/11W 74-58
- 1/14L 77-70
- 1/19L 70-67
- 1/21L 85-64
- 1/24W 65-51
- 1/28W 79-66
- 2/1W 82-64
- 2/8W 91-62
- 2/11W 73-64
- 2/1819L 76-66
- 2/22W 75-70
- 2/26W 72-71
- 3/218L 65-47
- 3/5W 73-51
- 3/10L 74-65
- 3/157L 78-75
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Isaiah Johnson scored 21 points and Noah Robotham made four free throws in the final 18 seconds to send Akron to a 78-75 victory over Houston on Wednesday night in a first-round NIT game, setting
Jalen Adams scored 18 of his 23 points in the second half to lead UConn over Houston 74-63 on Friday night in the quarterfinals of the American Athletic Conference tournament.
Katie Richcreek ESPN
Houston warming up for its quarterfinal matchup against UConn (9 EST on ESPNU). A win would give the Huskies a shot at Cincinnati in tomorrow's AAC Tournament semifinals
ESPN Stats and Information
The difference between the American receiving two NCAA at-large bids or three depends almost entirely on Houston, according to Eamonn Brennan. ESPN's BPI gives the Cougars a 74 percent chance to knock off defending AAC tournament champion UConn in Hartford. (9 p.m. ET on ESPNU/WatchESPN)
Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer
I think Kansas State and Vanderbilt are the only "win and lock up a bid" teams today. Rhode Island, Houston, Cal, Georgia, Indiana, TCU have to win to stay in the conversation.
The AAC's chance of receiving three bids rests almost entirely on Houston, which will face the UConn-USF winner in its first conference tournament game.
The American Athletic Conference tournament at the XL Center in Hartford, Connecticut will begin Thursday and wrap up on Sunday. Check out the conference tournament bracket, and come back for updates as title games from each conference go final.
Rob Gray scored 24 points and went over 1,000 for his career and Houston defeated East Carolina 73-51 on Sunday.
Here we are in March, and it's safe to say many of our preseason predictions were incorrect. What has the regular season taught us about how every major conference tournament will play out?
A lot can happen between now and Selection Sunday. But at this very moment, who is in and who is out of the NCAA tournament? Vote now!
Gary Clark had 14 points and seven rebounds in Cincinnati's balanced attack, and the 18th-ranked Bearcats rolled to their 26th straight win at home, 65-47 over Houston on Thursday night.
Watch: Stiff road test for Houston
Struggling to stay on the bubble, the Cougars aren't getting much support against the Bearcats on Thursday from ESPN's BPI. Houston is 0-18 all-time against ranked Cincinnati teams. (7 p.m. ET, ESPN2/WatchESPN)
Cincinnati and SMU are locks for the NCAA in the latest Bubble Watch. Houston is the mix, but needs to keep the wins going to overcome a mediocre conference slate.
Northwestern and Virginia Tech fall to No. 10 seeds. Meanwhile, Lunardi's "Last Four In" includes three Big East schools and Vanderbilt.
Damyean Dotson scored 31 points, including five 3-pointers, Galen Robinson Jr. had a game-saving block and Houston got a 72-71 win over Memphis on Sunday that clinched a first-round bye for the C
It will be crucial for Seton Hall not to pull a Georgetown on Saturday against DePaul. Houston and Rhode Island also have work to do to prove their case for the tournament.
Damyean Dotson had 25 points and nine rebounds and Houston used a big run to start the second half to rally for a 75-70 win over UConn Wednesday night.
The Bilastator won't use the common refrain. He sees the truth: The at-large pool is weak. Only a handful of teams can sustain the excellence to win it all. Who are they? You're welcome.