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The new college basketball polls are out and Cincinnati has made a big climb in both. The Bearcats rank 17 and 17. That's a 6 spot move on one and a 7 spot move on the other. I don't know how UC would move 7 spots after beating Rutgers and Seton Hall, but Marquette moved up a spot after losing to Louisville by 83 points yesterday. Polls are stupid.
What is not stupid are Matt Norlander's best photos from January. It features President Ono getting his head shaved. It also features this picture
Credit for that goes to CBS. That picture is awesome. I didn't know Sergeant Doakes from Dexter attended games. That one band member at the top is not too impressed. He's seen better. The guy in the front row either looks discouraged or he is doing his best #MeanFace. I gotta say, when I first said Justin Jackson mean face last season, I had no idea that it would catch on. I think whoever was running the Go Bearcats twitter that night also used it and the rest ...
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Originally published at Scout.com
One of the most important recruits in the country picked Super Bowl Sunday to make his decision. Five-star class of 2013 prospect Jermaine Lawrence out of Sparta (NJ) Pope John picked the Cincinnati Bearcats.
Lawrences senior season has been riddled with injuries, but schools from all over were still very interested in the five-star forward. In the...
Halfway through the Big East season, No. 17 Cincinnati is in solid shape. The Bearcats have their point guard closer to full strength, and they're only a game out of first place.
The best indicator of how well things are going: Coach Mick Cronin doesn't want them thinking about it.
The Bearcats (18-4, 6-3) are tied for third at the midpoint of league play, trailing No....
CINCINNATI (AP) -- No. 17 Cincinnati is closer to full strength heading into the second half of the Big East season, still in contention for the league title.
Point guard Cashmere Wright is getting over a sprained right knee that either sidelined or limited him for four games. He had 17 points during a 65-59 win at Seton Hall on Saturday, his best performance since he was injured...
This was a pretty big weekend for Cincinnati basketball. It started on Saturday morning with the win over Seton Hall. It extended to Sunday when 5 star recruit Jermaine Lawrence picked Cincinnati. Take a minute to check out of the Big East standings. Cincinnati is tied for 2nd with Louisville, Notre Dame and Georgetown. They are a game in the loss column out of first place. It...