D.) who are currently enrolled in a Florida university.
In the last meeting at the truncated pyramid, RU defeated USF 70-67 on Jan. Y.) made 9-of-14 field goal attempts and was a perfect 13-of-13 at the free throw line to score a career-high 31 points in the win at the Sun Dome.
Chris Carlin will serve as play-by-play announcer and Dick Lloyd will provide commentary.
On satellite radio, the game will be on Sirius channel 108 and XM channel 190. Saturday afternoon’s contest marks the 14th meeting between Rutgers and USF on the hardwood dating back to 1996-97, with the Scarlet Knights holding an 8-5 advantage in victories.
The Huskies’ average scoring margin in opening-round AAC tourney games is plus-17.3, topped by a 26-point win over USF in 2015. PPG Geno Thorpe G 14.8Tulo Da Silva F 9.8 Malik Fitts F 7.4Troy Holston G 9.9 Ruben Guerrero C 5.3UCONNPlayer Pos.
Rutgers (10-18, 4-11) returns to the friendly confines of the RAC to meet USF (12-16, 3-12) in a 12 noon tip-off on Saturday (March 1). The Scarlet Knights will be working to earn a regular season series sweep of the Bulls after a 79-69 win at USF on Feb. Both RU and USF are seeking returns to the win column after tough loses of five points or less to conference foes. The game will be televised live nationally in high definition on ESPNews with Mike Crispino calling the action and Mo Cassara providing the analysis.
“Our defense has played very well the last five games, but that’s the one area we haven’t been solid,” the coach said.
“We’ve been giving up too many wide-open 3’s and we’ve got to really cover that against them.” • Health class: Jalen Adams (ankle) participated sparingly in practice on Wednesday and isn’t 100-percent sure if he’ll play on Thursday.
Kyle Mottice (Canal Fulton, Ohio/Jackson) crossed the plate on a one-out grounder the short by Treg Haberkorn (Leo, Ind./Leo).
The ball looked like a tailor-made, double-play ball, but the shortstop’s throw to second ended up in right field, allowing Jace Mercer (Johns Creek, Ga./Johns Creek) to score and giving the Bearcats a 5-3 lead they would not relinquish.
Zack Gilmore (University of Florida) received 00 toward a study of Orange Pottery Variability and Late Archaic Shell Ring Function at Silver Glen Run (8LA1/8MR123) Maranda Kles (University of Florida) received 00 for research on Biological Variation and Biological Distance in Florida: An Examination of Biological Cultural Continuity and Change at the Palmer Site (8SO2A).
(AP) — South Florida football coach Charlie Strong has completed his staff for next season, adding Sean Cronin as defensive tackles coach and hiring Damon Cogdell to coach defensive ends.