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College Gameday Capsules 02.27.14

Charlotte (14-12, 5-8) at East Carolina (15-13, 4-9)

7 p.m., Minges Coliseum, Fox Sports 1

East Carolina senior guard Akeem Richmond ranks second in Conference USA in scoring at 18.1 points per game. Richmond is a volume 3-point shooter, averaging 11.5 attempts (making 38.8 percent of them). … East Carolina’s second-leading scorer, junior guard Paris Roberts-Campbell, played at Charlotte’s United Faith Christian and averages 12.5 points. … The game matches the league’s best free-throw shooting team (East Carolina, 71.5 percent) against one of the worst (Charlotte, 65.6). … The Pirates lost their first six C-USA games but have gone 4-3 since. … Pirates coach Jeff Lebo was awarded a two-year extension this week, keeping him the program through the 2020-21 season. … This will be the teams’ last regular-season game as C-USA opponents: East Carolina will head to the American Athletic Conference next season. David Scott

UNC Greensboro (13-16, 6-8) at Davidson (17-11, 13-1)

7 p.m., Belk Arena

The Wildcats can clinch their third consecutive Southern Conference regular-season title and 13th overall under Bob McKillop with a win against the Spartans. … Davidson has won 10 straight games, a streak that began with a 93-82 victory over UNCG on Jan. 18. … The Wildcats are 23-9 against the Spartans, and they have won three straight. … UNCG has won two of its past six games, but that includes an 88-84 victory Sunday over former conference front-runner Chattanooga. Bill Kiser

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