Memphis at Cincinnati Postgame Notes (Mar. 6)
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March 6, 2014

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  Memphis at Cincinnati - Series Notes

  • With tonight's win, Cincinnati now holds a 38-31 series lead.

  • Tonight's victory is the first for Cincinnati over Memphis in Cincinnati since 2003-04 (March of 2004; 83-79 win).

  • Cincinnati swept the season series with tonight's win and a 69-53 victory in Memphis Jan. 4. It's the Bearcats' first regular-season series sweep since 1991-92.

  Memphis at Cincinnati - Team Notes
  • Since 2005-06, Memphis has a 15-2 record in "Senior Day/Night" games (its own and opponents').

  • Thursday's loss to Cincinnati on the Bearcats' "Senior Night" broke Memphis' six-game win streak in "Senior Day/Night" games. The Tigers last lost a "Senior Day/Night" game was Mar. 2, 2011, with a 68-57 setback on East Carolina's "Senior Day/Night."

  Memphis at Cincinnati - Player Notes
  • Shaq Goodwin posted his 22nd game with six or more rebounds. Goodwin had nine rebounds tonight vs. Cincinnati.

  • Joe Jackson went over the 550-assist mark for his career Thursday vs. Cincinnati. With his six assists vs. the Bearcats, Jackson now has 553 career assists.

  • With his three treys vs. Cincinnati tonight, Chris Crawford became only the fourth Tiger to hit over 230 three-pointers for a career. He now has 232 career treys.

  • Joe Jackson moved up to the No. 8 spot on the Memphis career scoring chart with his 21 points vs. Cincinnati Thursday. He now has 1,637 points. Up next for Jackson is Dexter Reed, who is No. 7 with 1,678 career points from 1973-77.

  • Chris Crawford moved up to No. 28 on the Tigers career scoring list with his nine points vs. Cincinnati Thursday. He now has 1,192 career points. Up next for Crawford is Anthony Rice, who scored 1,201 career points (2001-05).

  Up Next for Memphis
  • Memphis returns to action Saturday, Mar. 8 when it hosts SMU in its 2013-14 regular-season finale at FedExForum. The American Athletic Conference game, to air on ESPN2, is scheduled for an 11 a.m. (CT) start. The Tigers' "Senior Day" ceremonies are set to start approximately 10:35 a.m. (CT) Saturday.


 

 

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