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Armory Fieldhouse

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  1. an on-campus facility located at the University of Cincinnati in Cincinnati, Ohio

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  2. built in 1954 to replace the old Schmidlapp Gymnasium, and originally was used as the home for the Bearcats men's basketball team, who opened the building with a 97-65 win over Indiana on December 18, 1954

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  3. the home of the team for their two NCAA titles in 1961 and 1962, as well as the site where UC great Oscar Robertson broke the NCAA career scoring record on February 6, 1960 versus Houston

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  4. From December 6, 1957, the first home game of the season, to January 15, 1964, when they lost to Bradley, the team went undefeated in the building, a streak of 72 games

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  5. During that time, they had also won every home game played at the Cincinnati Gardens, for an overall streak of 90 straight home wins

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