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MEMPHIS, Tennessee - The American Athletic Conference announced its all-conference teams Tuesday as voted on by coaches:
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky - When preseason All-America guard Russ Smith is playing his best, defending national champion Louisville looks like one of the nation's top teams again.
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky - Despite a tough season, Temple junior guard Will Cummings said his team expects to win every time it steps on the floor.
CINCINNATI - Cincinnati knew just three weeks ago what it felt like to get a big conference road win.
CINCINNATI - Three weeks ago, Louisville fought back from a 17-point second-half deficit against Cincinnati before fizzling down the stretch and losing a heartbreaker at home.
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky - Missing two players with foul trouble didn't concern Louisville because other talented teammates were ready and able to fill the void in their absences.
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky - Referees looked at the replay shortly after Chris Jones hit what appeared to be Louisville's third straight 3-pointer to start the game and ruled that his foot was on the line.
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky - Louisville turned all those open looks on the perimeter into a 3-point shooting clinic that even included a little-used freshman.