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UTEP coach Floyd suspended 1 game

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IRVING, Texas (AP) UTEP coach Tim Floyd was suspended for a game by Conference USA for failing to leave the court quickly after receiving two quick technical fouls and getting ejected in a loss at Louisiana Tech.

The league said Friday that Floyd violated the league's conduct policy, which calls for an automatic suspension if a coach doesn't leave the floor in a timely manner after an ejection. He will miss Saturday's game at Southern Miss.

The conference-leading Bulldogs took a big first-half lead that ballooned to 18 early in the second half of a 77-60 victory Thursday night. Floyd was ejected with 10:05 remaining.

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Gators reinstate suspended Finney-Smith

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) Florida will have second-leading scorer Dorian Finney-Smith back against Tennessee on Saturday.

Coach Billy Donovan reinstated Finney-Smith on Friday after the junior forward missed three games for an unspecified violation of team rules.

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Syracuse surging with pride to play for

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) Jim Boeheim scoffs at the thought of his Syracuse Orange not playing at a high level of intensity.

"We're going to fight," he said. "It makes no sense to ever talk about it."

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Ex-Louisville G Jones charged with rape

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) Louisville coach Rick Pitino had reached his limit with Chris Jones, even before he knew the senior guard was facing felony rape and sodomy charges.

Demonstrating a zero tolerance for any more misbehavior after reinstating Jones from a one-game suspension, Pitino abruptly dismissed him from the team.

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Utah holds ASU to 9 in 1st half of rout

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) The Utah Utes sent a message to the Pac-12-leading Arizona Wildcats with their play on Thursday night.

The statement was simple: Get ready.

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Arizona rips Colorado, Utah up next

BOULDER, Colo. (AP) The Arizona Wildcats are headed to Utah on a roll and ready to claim a conference title.

Stanley Johnson scored 11 of his 15 points in the second half and No. 7 Arizona easily beat struggling Colorado 82-54 on Thursday night.

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Sluggish Gonzaga pushes win streak to 22

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) For all the frustration it caused, the slower and sometimes sluggish way No. 3 Gonzaga was forced to play Thursday night by San Diego could prove to be a benefit.

There is a good chance the Bulldogs will have to play that way sometime in March.

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Stallings sorry for berating G Baldwin

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Vanderbilt coach Kevin Stallings apologized Thursday night for an "inappropriate comment" after television cameras caught him yelling at Commodores guard Wade Baldwin following a 73-65 victory over Tennessee.

Baldwin clapped in the face of Tennessee forward Armani Moore after the game. During postgame handshakes, television replays showed that Stallings appeared to shout obscenities and say that he could "kill" Baldwin.

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Moore lifts No. 21 SMU to win at Memphis

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) Once SMU figured out how to attack Memphis' box-and-one defense, the No. 21 Mustangs were able to pull away in the second half.

Nic Moore, the target of the single defender, scored 14 of his 16 points in the final 20 minutes and the Mustangs beat Memphis 66-57 on Thursday night.

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Gophers end 15-game skid at Michigan St.

EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) Carlos Morris missed a free throw that could have won the game in stunning fashion - but by that point, the hardest part was already over for Minnesota.

Morris made a tying 3-pointer while being fouled with 2.2 seconds left in regulation, and although he missed the ensuing free throw, the Golden Gophers controlled the overtime for a 96-90 win over Michigan State on Thursday night. Minnesota snapped a 15-game losing streak in East Lansing, taking advantage of the Spartans' poor free throw shooting in the final minutes.

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