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Promise delayed, but fulfilled for Gates

BOSTON Hed been a star since a young age, his growing legend and his fully-grown body bringing curious fans who wouldnt normally come to high school gymnasiums around Cincinnati to see what the hype was all about. Hed been told hundreds of times, often by those same people, that he was destined to become an even bigger star at home in college, and Yancy Gates chose that path....
Via Fox Sports Ohio
March 21, 2012  |  Discuss

NCAA teams have extra time in tournament

Cincinnati power forward Yancy Gates didn't even notice that he had a lot more time to catch his breath during his first NCAA tournament appearance. Halftime? Five minutes longer than normal. Timeouts? Longer, too. ''They're longer?'' Gates said. ''I didn't even know.'' Sure are. And for smaller schools that don't get to play on...
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March 12, 2012  |  Discuss

Honoring the Seniors: Yancy Gates

The Cincinnati Bearcats play their final home tonight. The team has 2 seniors who will be going through the senior day festivities. One of them is Yancy Gates. Gates came to UC in the class of 2008. He attended Withrow High School in town. He was highly regarded as the 22nd ranked player in the nation by Rivals. Getting Gates to stay in town was a gigantic get for Mick Cronin. He...
Via Bearcats Blog
February 29, 2012  |  Discuss

Gates focusing on defense since return

Yancy Gates returned from his six-game suspension with renewed purpose. He rejoined a Bearcats team that is playing some of its best basketball to date, largely due to a guard-oriented approach necessitated by the suspensions of Gates, Cheikh Mbodj, and Octavius Ellis in the wake of the brawl with Xavier. So now the pressure is off Gates to score. He's become more focused on...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
January 16, 2012  |  Discuss

Cincinnati players apologize for brawl with Xavier

Suspended Cincinnati forward Yancy Gates cried on Monday as he apologized for his role in an on-court brawl with No. 8 Xavier, saddened that he's being called ''a thug, a gangster'' for punching players. The Bearcats' four suspended players were told to attend a news conference and apologize for their actions during the closing seconds of a 76-53 loss to...
Via AP on Fox
December 12, 2011  |  Discuss

Cincinnati’s Yancy Gates Breaks Down in Tears During Press Conference

Cincinnati Bearcats head coach Mick Cronin and recently-suspended player Yancy Gates spoke to the media about the skirmish over the weekend during the Bearcats’ weekly press conference on Monday. “Alot of people have been calling me a thug and a gangster,” said Gates before he began shedding tears with his head down while sitting at...Read the Rest...
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December 12, 2011  |  Discuss

Cincy's Gates suspended after brawl

Cincinnati forward Yancy Gates got a six-game suspension on Sunday for throwing punches during a brawl with No. 8 Xavier in the closing seconds of their annual crosstown rivalry game. Gates punched Xavier's Kenny Frease in the face, causing a nasty gash, and hit at least one other Musketeer during the fracas, which prompted the referees to call Xavier's 76-53 win with 9...
Via Fox Sports
December 11, 2011  |  Discuss

Massive Brawl Ends Xavier-Cincinnati Game Early (Video)

This isn’t going to help the reputation of Cincinnati Bearcats players; the troubled Yancy Gates specifically. Today’s incident isn’t indicative of how players on the 8th ranked team in college basketball (Xavier Musketeers) should act, and I doubt Tu Holloway‘s NBA Draft stock will be helped by this. Cincinnati vs. Xavier is always a bitter rivalry; but today it didn’t...
Via The Sports Bank
December 10, 2011  |  Discuss

Yancy Gates punches Kenny Freese of Xavier

 This fight happened near the end of  the Cincinnati vs. Xavier game earlier today.  Yancy Gates with the nice knockout punch to Freese and Freese was bleeding profusely after the punch. Here are two videos of the brawl.
Via D Wizzle's World
December 10, 2011  |  Discuss

Alabama St has no answer for Gates, No. 21 Cincy

With no starters over 6-foot-6 and no player over 6-7, Alabama State coach Lewis Jackson figured his Hornets would have a problem controlling Yancy Gates. He was right. The 6-foot-9 Cincinnati senior missed four of seven free throws but still scored 15 points and had 11 rebounds in his 14th career double-double and the No. 21 Bearcats opened their regular season with a 65-40 win...
Via AP on Fox
November 13, 2011  |  Discuss
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