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Cincinnati’s Logan repeats as C-USA Player of the Year

Cincinnati senior guard Steve Logan and Marquette head coach Tom Crean were chosen as Player and Coach of the Year, respectively, Wednesday.

Logan, last season’s C-USA POY, becomes the secondplayer (UC’s Danny Fortson 1996-97) in league history to win the award. The 6-0 Naismith Award finalist won conference Player of the Week honors a record-tying five times this season and leads the league in scoring at 22.6 points per game.

Crean led the Golden Eagles to a 24-5 record and their highest national ranking (No. 9) since 1979.


The Cincinnati Enquirer polled 11 of the 12 teamsplaying in the C-USA Tournament on everything fromDeadliest Jumper to Toughest Perimeter Player to Who Talks the Most Trash. The only category USF finished tops in? Harshest Fans.


“No, I was really hoping I could go out and get mybutt beat. What kind of question was that?” – TCU

Billy Tubbs, coaching his final game after a 28-year career in college basketball, when asked if he was disappointed about losing his last game.

  • Brandon Wright