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The Big East announced the Cincinnati Bearcats opponents next season today. The dates are not set. Cincinnati keeps the current home and away pattern with the returning teams. The Bearcats host Louisville and Connecticut, while traveling to South Florida and Rutgers. Cincinnati plays on the road at old kind of rival Memphis and they make the cross country trip to San Diego State. The Bearcats host Central Florida and Boise State.
This is going to be a big test for the first season of Tommy Tuberville. One would assume that Louisville and Boise State would be the favorites to win the league. Cincinnati plays them both at home. We'll see what kind of atmosphere and attendance we get with Tubs at the helm. We can probably assume that the Louisville game will be the second week of October. That has been a second week of October game the past couple of seasons.
Cincinnati opens the season August 31 by hosting Purdue. The following week they play at Illinois. Miami is on the...
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CINCINNATI (AP) Tommy Tuberville's next challenge is to turn Cincinnati's already successful football program into something interesting enough to bring out the crowds and get other conferences interested, too.
It would help if he stuck around for a while.
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Whilethe University of Cincinnati Bearcats football team prepares for their matchupagainst the Duke Blue Devils in the 2012 Belk Bowl on Dec. 27th, FOXSports Ohio will feature Bearcats BelkBowl Preview Special.This30-minute show will premiere on Sunday, Dec. 16th at 1pm with fivereplays leading up to the bowl game. Inaddition to scouting the Blue Devils, the show will introduce new...
Bearcats guard Sean Kilpatrick was named to the weekly Big East Honor roll for his play last week.