SPARTANBURG, S.C. -- Torrey Craig scored 31 points and South Carolina Upstate used an early 18-0 run to build a big halftime lead in an 88-77 victory over Texas-San Antonio Saturday.
Craig has scored in double figures in all nine games this season. The forward shot 9 for 15 from the floor, hitting two 3-pointers. Craig also was 11 for 14 at the foul line.
Greene's 15 points came on five treys in six attempts. South Carolina Upstate shot 61.2 percent from the field (30 of 49).
Kannon Burrage led Texas-San Antonio (3-6) with 25 points. Forward Jeromie Hill recorded a double-double (23 points, 10 rebounds). Michael Hale III added 16 points as the trio scored 64 of UTSA's points.
Chattanooga men's basketball coach Matt McCall has received a two-year contract extension after leading the Mocs to an NCAA tournament appearance in his debut season.
North Carolina men's basketball coach Roy Williams joins Seth Greenberg for Fast Break to discuss his favorite pregame meal, how he picks his game-day outfit and what CDs (gasp!) he has in his car.
Russillo & Kanell predict whether Ezekiel Elliott or Ben Simmons will make more of an impact during their rookie seasons.
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