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This edition of Getting to Know the 2013 Bearcats is starting off with some news. But first, if you missed the first two editions of Getting to Know the Bearcats QBs and Kickers and Running Backs, click on the links.
#63 - Dan Sprague
Starting center Dan Sprague is out for the season following knee surgery. Sprague started every game last season at center. The senior from Worthington, Ohio will try to get another year.
That's obviously a tough blow for Dan and a very tough blow for the UC offensive line. Hopefully Dan will recover well and will get another year so he can end his career on his terms.
#71 - Eric Lefeld
The junior from Coldwater, Ohio has started his last 18 games. A converted defensive lineman, Lefeld has become one of the premier offensive linemen in the American. He was tabbed first team All-Big East last year and was named to Phil Steele's first team all-American this year. Lefeld is also on the Outland Troph...
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The 2013 football season starts this weekend. A sellout crowd will be in the house to watch the Bearcats kick Purdue right in the ass. As a warm up to the season, let's run through the entire roster listed on Go Bearcats. If we are going to meet the Bearcats, we are going to meet all of them dammit. Today we start with the quarterbacks and kickers.
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Coach Tommy Tuberville hasn't picked a quarterback for Cincinnati's season opener on Saturday against Purdue.
Brendon Kay and Munchie Legaux had minor injuries during the Bearcats' camp and neither one ran the offense smoothly enough for Tuberville to name one the starter. He said on Tuesday that he plans to choose one later in the week, but both are likely to play....
Coach Tommy Tuberville is keeping Cincinnati's quarterback competition going for at least one more week.
Tuberville says he'll decide later in the week whether to give Munchie Legaux his second consecutive start, or switch back to Brendon Kay for a game at Illinois (1-0) on Saturday.
Kay was the incumbent starter, but developed a sore shoulder during camp. Tuberville decided...
The following edition of Getting to Know the Bearcats focuses on the receivers. That means the receivers and the tight ends. This one is probably the longest entry, so most of it is hidden behind a continue reading. But not all of it.
For the rest of the entries about the QBs and Kickers, Running Backs and Offensive Linemen, just click.
#6 - Anthony McClung...
Welcome to the first defensive edition of Getting to Know the 2013 Bearcats. I have gone through the trouble of separating the ends and the tackles just because I care about all of you. The players simply listed as DL went as tackles because that's fair enough. I haven't actually done any of that yet because I'm writing this first. Sometimes I'll write the opening...
The season begins on Saturday. What better way to prepare for the ass kicking the Bearcats are going to give Purdue than get to know the 2013 Bearcats? They could be the 2013-14 Bearcats, and we all hope they are, but that is what I'll use for basketball season and it's better we keep things separate.
So far in this series, we have covered the quarterbacks and kickers...
Is going all-white the newest craze in college football? Just a few days after Northwestern unveiled its all-white uniforms, the Cincinnati Bearcats have announced that they will be wearing the below helmets for their opener vs. Purdue this Saturday.
We’re assuming it’s a one time deal, but given the recent trend of coaches letting players decide what to wear, maybe we’ll...
Here’s a quick look at the all white helmets that the Cincinnati Bearcats will be wearing when they host the Purdue Boilermakers to open their 2013 season on Saturday:
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In all of college football, Louisville is one of the schools most likely to run the table this season, but despite an overall weak conference, the Cardinals will have some hurdles to jump over along the way. Cincinnati, Rutgers, and UCF are all projected to tie for second in the conference and are formable foes for Louisville. Overall, half of the league is picked to become bowl...
Bearcats defensive front looking to cause havoc in the backfield this season.