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UCF 73, CAMPBELL 60: The visiting Golden Knights led 44-40 when the Camels' Emory Walton was assessed an offensive foul and then a technical with 13:14 left. Jason Thornton converted both technical free throws to start a 12-0 UCF run.
FIU 61, MIDDLE TENNESSEE 59: Carlos Arroyo scored 24 points and made key baskets down the stretch for the visiting Golden Panthers.
GEORGIA STATE 96, FAU 77: The Panthers welcomed coach Lefty Driesell back after Dec. 19 neck surgery with a school-record ninth straight home victory and tied Samford for the TAAC lead.
FLORIDA: Mississippi State coach Rick Stansbury was angry that only a one-shot technical was assessed on the Gators in UF's 81-80 victory Wednesday, but lead official Kerry Sitton said a rule that was changed this season was correctly followed. UF's Major Parker ran onto the floor thinking the game was over, and "by rule, when you have excessive players on the floor, and they prevent the ball from coming alive, it's an indirect technical foul, which is one shot," Sitton said.
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