ESPN's panel talks AAC recruiting, including Houston's emergence, the league's toughest recruiting spot and its biggest sleeper.
- 11/28L 70-65
- 11/29L 69-58
- 12/4W 79-64
- 12/15L 69-65
- 12/18W 82-55
- 12/21W 56-49
- 12/23SWCHRW 102-45
- 12/295W 65-64
- 1/2W 70-66
- 1/6W 61-51
- 1/13L 72-53
- 1/17W 58-57
- 1/208L 86-59
- 1/26L 76-67
- 1/30W 77-68
- 2/3L 65-63
- 2/6L 65-58
- 2/10L 58-48
- 2/16W 72-66
- 2/24L 70-69
- 3/2L 73-69
- 3/4NEOSW 107-74
- 3/11L 77-70
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Jeff Borzello talked to anonymous coaches about the American men's basketball programs that have the most and fewest recruiting advantages.
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— Jordan Walker tied a career-high with 24 points as Tulane got past Tulsa 77-70 in the American Athletic Conference tournament first round on Thursday.
— Isaiah Adams had 19 points as Central Florida narrowly defeated Tulsa 73-69 on Tuesday night.
— Jeremiah Davenport made a layup with 12.6 seconds left to lift Cincinnati to a 70-69 win over Tulsa on Wednesday night.
— Elijah Joiner posted 17 points as Tulsa topped Temple 72-66 on Tuesday night.
— Jaylen Forbes had 20 points as Tulane got past Tulsa 58-48 on Wednesday.
— Darius Perry scored 18 points with five 3-pointers and Brandon Mahan posted 15 points, all from behind the arc, as Central Florida topped Tulsa 65-58 on Saturday.
— Kendric Davis had 22 points and 10 assists and SMU held off Tulsa for a 65-63 win on Wednesday night.
— Brandon Rachal had 21 points and 10 rebounds as Tulsa got past East Carolina 77-68 on Saturday.
— Khalif Battle had a career-high 22 points plus 11 rebounds as Temple defeated Tulsa 76-67 on Tuesday.
— Marcus Sasser scored 26 points, Quentin Grimes added 18 points and seven rebounds and No. 8 Houston avenged its only loss with an 86-59 win over Tulsa on Wednesday night.
— Rey Idowu made 1 of 2 free throws, followed with a jump shot, Tulsa took the lead with 4:48 left and went on to hold off Memphis 58-57 on Sunday.
— Morris Udeze and Tyson Etienne scored 20 points apiece as Wichita State topped Tulsa 72-53 on Wednesday night.
— Austin Richie posted 15 points as Tulsa topped South Florida 61-51 on Wednesday.
— Brandon Rachal had 25 points and 13 rebounds as Tulsa narrowly defeated Cincinnati 70-66 on Saturday.
— Brandon Rachal hit two free throws with a tenth of a second remaining and finished with 22 points as Tulsa topped unbeaten No. 5 Houston 65-64 on Tuesday night.
— Austin Richie posted 14 points as Tulsa topped Memphis 56-49 on Monday night.
— Ricky Council IV had 13 points and eight rebounds as Wichita State narrowly beat Tulsa 69-65 on Tuesday night in an American Athletic Conference opener.
— Darien Jackson registered 10 points and nine rebounds as Tulsa beat Texas-Arlington 79-64 on Friday.
— Jermaine Couisnard scored 20 points, AJ Lawson added 17 points, and South Carolina beat Tulsa 69-58 on Sunday in the Hall of Fame Classic.
— Kevin Samuel scored 16 points and tied his career high with 18 rebounds and TCU beat Tulsa 70-65 on Saturday night at the Hall of Fame Classic.
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Erik Stevenson scored 18 points with nine rebounds and Wichita State beat Tulsa 79-57 on Sunday to end American Athletic Conference play.