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Memphis dropped its first conference game of the season to UCF, 68-67, on Keith Clanton's old-fashioned three-point play with four ticks left on the clock. Will Barton dropped in 24 points and pulled down eight rebounds. Chris Crawford finished 12 points, eight boards and five assists.
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ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- Keith Clanton's three-point play with 4 seconds to go lifted Central Florida over Memphis 68-67 Wednesday night and gave the Knights their first victory over the Tigers in 11 meetings.
Clanton finished with 23 points and Marcus Jordan added 20 for UCF (14-4, 4-1 Conference USA).
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