Tulsa (12-10, 5-3) 68, Memphis (16-6, 5-3) 65
* Prior to the game, Jack Eaton was presented to the crowd. Eaton, the long-time "Voice of Tiger basketball", will be enshrined in the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame, Friday, Feb. 11.
* The loss snaps a 12-game winning streak by the Tigers against Tulsa, and marks Memphis' first home loss to the Golden Hurricane since Feb. 25, 1971.
* Black pulled down his 100th career rebound in a Memphis uniform during the contest.
* The Golden Hurricane roster featured a Memphis native in Tim Peete, who went to high school at Central. Peete finished his first contest at Memphis with two points in 10 minutes off the bench.
* Memphis held Tulsa to 33.9 percent shooting, its worst output of the season.
* C-USA leading scorer Justin Hurtt was held scoreless in the first half for the first time this season, and the first time since March 3, 2010, against SMU. He finished with 11 points, tying his season low.
* Coleman earned his second double-double of the season, and fifth of his career, with an 11-point, 10-rebound performance.
* Freshman Joe Jackson has scored in double figures in three consecutive games following his 16-point performance against the Golden Hurricane, the fifth time this season he's led the Tigers in scoring.
* Take away junior forward Steven Idlet's 5-for-7 shooting in the first half and Memphis held Tulsa to 5-for-29 in the game's opening 20 minutes.
* Freshman Will Barton had four steals, just the second time since Jan. 8 a Tiger has had three steals or more in a game after a season-opening string of nine of the Tigers first ten games where at least one Memphis player had three thefts.
* Barton also extended his string of consecutive games in double figures to six, finishing with 11 points.
* Memphis continued its stingy three-point defense, causing Tulsa to go 4-for-19 (21.1 percent) from beyond the arc. In the past six games, opponents are 23-for-110 (20.9 percent) from three-point range.
* The loss is just the Tigers first when holding the opponent under 40 percent shooting from the field.
* Tulsa's bench outscored the Tigers, 21-14, marking just the sixth time this season the Tigers bench had less production than the opponent's.
* Freshman Chris Crawford hoisted his 100th career three-point attempt for the Tigers.