Found February 13, 2014 on Pro Sports Daily:
Among college basketball teams on nine-game losing streaks, the UCF Knights have to be the best in the country. For the second time in two weeks, Isaiah Sykes and friends battled the nationally ranked Memphis Tigers well into the second half before succumbing. The visitors outrebounded the Tigers (39-27) and outscored Memphis 48-44 in the paint, just enough to test the nerves of 15,021 fans at FedExForum. With the score tied at 48 and 9:05 to play in the game, senior guard Chris Crawford received a pass in the left corner and did what such moments require: He buried a three-pointer to finally lift that crowd from their 15,021 seats. Fellow senior Joe Jackson snagged an offensive rebound and rose to convert a bank shot, then Michael Dixon — one more senior guard — connected to extend the Memphis lead to seven (59-52) with 4:40 to play. By the time reserve center David Pellom delivered a breakaway dunk with 3:29 left, the Tigers had enjoyed an 18-8 run over an eight-minute stretch to...
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