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Miners Work Way Into Finals

UTEP head coach Tim Floyd was fired up about the lack of respect for Conference USA after the Miners 66-54 C-USA Tournament semifinal win over the Tulsa Golden Hurricane, saying he thought it was "ridiculous that we have to win a 26th game" to get into the NCAA tournament for a second straight season

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UTEP Handles Herd, Into the Semifinals

UTEP head coach Tim Floyd, and Miners Julyan Stone and Gabe McCulley talk about UTEP's 75-65 win over the Marshall Thundering Herd.

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Scarlett Knights Get Lanced…By the Refs!

Talk about getting hosed by the refs! Here's ESPN's broadcast of the end of the Big East Tournament game between St. John's and Rutgers. The refs just stopped reffing when a St. John's player 1) traveled, 2) stepped out of bounds, 3) threw the ball in the air all BEFORE the clock ran out! Numbers 1 and 2 should've stopped the clock. Number 3 would be a technical with the clock running. It was for that Louisville cheerleader.

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This prof gets tossed, and it's not for protesting at a political rally, it's from a basketball game!
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Better Believe Basketball Players Take This Guy’s Class

George Washington University's basketball program is pretty good. It certainly inspires passion, even among the faculty. Sure, they may be effete liberal egg-heads, but it doesn't mean they can't feel hoop fever

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Don’t Mess Around with Tim, The Video

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Tim Floyd Goes Ape at ECU

UTEP head coach Tim Floyd says he's not sure what set things off for the ref to call the first technical foul on him -- he says he set his toe outside the coaching box -- but, boy, it was ON after that first "T"! The Miners lost their second straight for the first time this season, 83-76, at East Carolina

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UTEP and Central Florida, In The Iris

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Tim Floyd Happy with Miners’ Second (Half) Effort

UTEP head coach Tim Floyd talked about the Miners tough win over a hard-charging Tulane Green Wave team, 69-65, in the Don Haskins Center. UTEP's ramped-up defensive effort in the second half helped it overcome a miserable night from Randy Culpepper as Tulane slowed the Conference USA Player of the Year, allowing him only 10 points

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Miners Axe Owls, 66-43

By Duke Keith, dkeith@klaq.com

The picture continues to clear for the UTEP Miners.

After suffering their first set-back in Conference USA play in that 100-97 triple-overtime thriller at UAB, the Miners have spelled it out for the rest of the conference. Regular season and post-season, the road to any post-season dancing is running through the defending C-USA champs again in 2011.

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UTEP Plays Stone Solid “D” in Win

By Duke Keith, dkeith@klaq.com

Per the headline -- not to mention the stat line -- it's a little deceptive to lead a story about UTEP's 69-59 defensive win over Tulsa with this video. But what the heck, it's too good to hold back...

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Stone Anchors UTEP in Tough Win (with video)

Sam Houston State helped UTEP answer a few questions about its heart and identity Sunday afternoon in a 74-65 win for the home team.

The Bearkats also forced the Miners to ask a few questions of themselves. Fortunately, they had Julyan Stone to help them answer.

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UTEP Beats Tech: How Big Is the Win?

"If the way the Red Raiders ran their offense in the first half is any indication, this is a solid win."

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