Coaches lament latest chapter in budding UCF, Marshall rivalry series not broadcast on TV
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. -- It was like scene ripped from the iconic basketball film "Hoosiers."
In a relatively small town, rabid fans packed a gym to cheer on Marshall and boo rival UCF. It was far from a flawless contest for both teams, but it was an entertaining game that wasn't settled until the final second.
Marshall coach Tom Herrion and UCF coach Donnie Jones said after the Herd's 65-64 win over the Knights the budding rivalry was producing a special basketball environment.
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