The Cincinnati Bearcats have named Gunner Kiel as its starting QB for the 2014 season. The Notre Dame transfer was named the top signal caller over last year’s starter Munchie Legauz. Kiel may have had the chance to start for Notre Dame after it became apparent Everett Golson would not be eligible (academic reasons) for the season, but he chose to follow through with his transfer...
Munchie Legaux was carted off at Illinois with a season-ending knee injury. Photo: USA Today Sports Cincinnati entered the 2013 season with a bit of optimism. The Bearcats opened the year with a dominating victory at home against Purdue and has been thought by many to be Louisville's biggest threat to an American title run this fall. The two rivals square off in the final week...
Cincinnati quarterback Munchie Legaux has been transferred to a local hospital after a gruesome knee injury landed him in the hospital in Illinois.
Legaux was injured in the fourth quarter of the Bearcats' 45-17 loss to Illinois on Saturday. He was hit low while trying to pass and his left leg bent awkwardly.
He was taken to Carle Foundation Hospital in Urbana, Ill. The school...
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September 08, 2013
Cincinnati quarterback Munchie Legaux was forced out of Saturday's game against Illinois by what appeared to be a serious injury.
Legaux was hit by a pair of Illini players as he dropped back to pass midway through the fourth quarter. Information about the injury was not immediately available but it appeared to involve his left leg.
Legaux stayed on the turf for several minutes...
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September 07, 2013
Cincinnati quarterback Munchie Legaux suffered what looks like a horrific left leg injury during the Bearcats' 45-17 blowout loss at the hands of Illinois.
Munchie Legaux suffered a very serious knee injury in the 4th quarter of the Bearcats game against Illinois. Munchie had an Illinois defensive tackle run straight in to his lead leg while he threw a pass. The Illinois and Cincinnati trainers immediately took the field. He's been carted off and has to be on his way to the hospital by now. You could see how serious the injury was...
This is pretty much one of the most horrific injuries I’ve ever seen. Munchie Legaux is the quarterback for Cincinnati Bearcats and had this happen to him. Don’t click play if you can’t take seeing a bad injury. That is probably a broken leg and/or knee. Playing Illinois has it’s hazards.
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Playing as a ranked team for the first time this season, No. 21 Cincinnati wants to see its junior quarterback make everything look routine.
Cincinnati (4-0) has two chances to fix its biggest problems before getting back into Big East play. The Bearcats' most glaring shortcoming: Munchie Legaux is missing the easy throws. He often winds up and puts too much on his passes when...
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October 12, 2012
Forget going back to spring football or even the early days of summer training camp. It goes back to January, to winter workouts and jogs through the snow and the Cincinnati Bearcats officially saying goodbye to a senior class that was as good as just about any the program had ever had.
Munchie Legaux knew he was going to have every chance to win the starting quarterback job, and...
Cincinnati QB Munchie Legaux had just 1 minute and 49 seconds to lead his Bearcats to victory after they fell behind Virginia Tech, 24-20.
After a pair of incompletions and facing a third and long, Legaux completed a thirty-nine yard touchdown pass with the Hokies defensive line in his face, as WR Damon Julian dove for the game-winning touchdown.
The win propelled the Bearcats...