All posts tagged "American Athletic Conference"
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Bearcats Show Brannen the Door
PHILADELPHIA – The University of Cincinnati has parted ways with men’s basketball coach John Brannen. UC AD John Cunningham made the...
Temple Owls and Fran Dunphy Continue to Win Games
PHILADELPHIA—Fran Dunphy is turning his farewell season at Temple into a victory tour. The 70-year old Dunphy, a beloved figure in...
American Stories – The Streak is Over, but UCF Can Still Stand Tall
GLENDALE, Ariz.— UCF had set the gold standard for American Athletic Conference football by winning 25 consecutive games over the course...
American Stories – Hurley Becomes a Perfect Fit at UConn
The University of Connecticut men’s basketball team built the first real dynasty in New England when Hall of Fame coach Jim...
American Stories – A Penny Earned for Memphis
The lights are back on again at the University of Memphis basketball program. The roar was deafening at Memphis Madness in...
American Stories – The New Normal
Geno Auriemma is arguably the best women’s basketball coach in the history of the sport. He has a 1,027-134 record in...
American Stories – UCF Making Push For The Playoff
Slowly, but surely, UCF is climbing into the College Football Playoff conversation. The Knights (6-0), who rallied to defeat Memphis, 31-30,...
American Stories – The American has Arrived
NEWPORT, R.I. – Mike Aresco no longer needs to paint a picture of what the American Athletic Conference could become someday....
American Stories – Oliver is Riding at Houston
The American has always done a solid job promoting its players over the past five years, but Houston’s Ed Oliver needs...
American Stories – Pollard’s Retruns are Something Special
Memphis keeps flexing its muscles in the American Athletic Conference. The Tigers are becoming perennial contenders in this league. They roared...
The Lost Season - A look at what the journey to the 2020 National Championship could have been