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South Florida 56, Pittsburgh 47

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PITTSBURGH (AP) - Anthony Collins scored a career-high 22 points to lead South Florida to a 56-47 win over Pittsburgh on Sunday night.

The victory guaranteed a winning record in Big East play for the Bulls (17-10, 10-4) for the first time since joining the conference in 2005.

Collins, a freshman guard, scored the first five points of the second half, coming in an 8-0 USF run for a 36-27 lead.

J.J. Moore scored six straight points for Pitt (15-13, 4-11) to cut USF's lead to 42-39 with 9:26 left in the game, but the Panthers couldn't get any closer. Moore scored a career high 21 points on 8-of-14 shooting.

Victor Rudd Jr. added 11 points and six rebounds for the Bulls, who have won four straight games. Nasir Robinson scored nine points with 11 rebounds for the Panthers, losers of four straight.

The Bulls began the game on a 15-4 run as the shooting woes that plagued Pitt in its first game versus USF on Feb. 8 resurfaced tonight. The Panthers hit just one of their first 12 shots, but recovered to make eight of their next 10 and climb back into the game.

Moore led Pitt's resurgence, as the sophomore forward scored 11 first-half points. His back-to-back fastbreak dunks tied the game at 22-all with 4:22 left in the first half. His 3-pointer from the wing with 1:43 left gave Pitt its first lead at 27-26. Rudd, Jr. responded with a basket and USF took a 28-27 lead into halftime.

The Panthers' hot shooting wouldn't last, though.

Pitt made just 9 of 30 second-half shots, and missed all seven of their second-half 3-point attempts, as USF led by as many as 15. The Bulls were effective down low, scoring 30 points in the paint and outrebounding the Panthers 36-30.

Pitt made a few runs despite the struggles of its starting backcourt, Ashton Gibbs and Tray Woodall. The duo, Pitt's two leading scorers this season, combined for just four points on 2-of-11 shooting.

Woodall played only seven first-half minutes after getting whistled for his second foul less than five minutes into the game.

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South Florida Bulls
R. Anderson Jr., F261-40-49022
A. Gilchrist, F243-82-43048
A. Collins, G378-105-706122
H. Robertson, G371-51-15103
V. Rudd, G285-80-161211
T. Fitzpatrick273-70-05108
J. Poland171-30-04212
B. Nash20-00-00000
S. Noriega20-00-00000
Totals 22-458-1736111056
 48.9%47.1% 
Pittsburgh Panthers
N. Robinson, F264-101-211339
L. Patterson, F230-20-03220
T. Zanna, C201-40-02032
A. Gibbs, G281-70-00102
T. Woodall, G261-40-01332
J. Moore318-144-630321
J. Johnson213-50-01128
D. Taylor190-53-47233
I. Epps60-10-01110
Totals 18-528-1230132047
 34.6%66.7% 
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La. Tech7-116-596
Western Ky.7-114-669
UAB6-210-11180
Old Dominion5-316-443
UTEP5-313-7102
Middle Tenn.5-312-9143
UT-San Antonio4-410-9235
Rice3-46-13299
Charlotte3-59-11158
FIU2-49-10201
North Texas2-58-11265
Marshall2-66-15301
FAU1-58-9251
So. Miss1-76-13309

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TeamConf. W-LTot. W-LRPI Rank
Virginia7-019-03
Notre Dame8-120-227
N. Carolina7-117-410
Louisville5-217-319
Syracuse5-314-767
Duke4-317-37
Miami (Fla.)4-314-644
Clemson4-412-880
N.C. State4-513-957
Pittsburgh3-513-893
Florida St.3-511-10132
Boston College1-69-10121
Va. Tech1-69-11196
Georgia Tech1-710-1079
Wake Forest1-79-12157
 
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