Found April 11, 2013 on Bearcats Blog:
Earlier this week, I kicked off the season review with a look at the Cincinnati program. Up next are the players themselves. Last will be a review of Mick Cronin. Since stat sheet lists players in alphabetical order, that's a good way to go through the roster. That works out especially well because the 3 men at the top of the roster played a combined 33 games. #0 Jeremiah Davis It's hard to get a good recap of Jeremiah Davis for this season because he only played in 4 games before injuring his wrist and missing the remainder of the season. Davis will receive a medical redshirt. Davis played nearly 11 minutes a game. He was going to be a key cog off the bench.  Jeremiah Davis was in gunner mode this season. He used 29.3% of UC possessions while he was on the court. He took shots on 29% of his possessions. He was 7-18 from the field, 3-9 from 3 and 5-6 from the foul line. The 5-6 from the foul line set his career high in free throws made. Davis averaged 5.5 po...
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