Shaq Washington’s Run at History

Cincinnati hosts Central Florida tomorrow afternoon. The Bearcats are 27 point favorites playing against a team that is 0-8, saw their coach retire, and have lost every game against decent competition by double digits. If this game isn’t a blowout, something went terribly wrong for the Bearcats. Terribly, terribly wrong. Instead of focusing on that, let’s focus on the quest...
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October 30, 2015  |  Discuss

The Curious Case of Ladaris Vann and the Missing Numbers

Ladaris Vann is tied for the all time UC receptions record according to the UC media guide. The number 204 has been accepted and listed as the record since Vann stepped foot off campus. This is commonly accepted. As people write their articles about Shaq Washington’s assault on the record he will soon hold, something curious appears. By the UC records, Vann has 204 receptions....
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October 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Wide Receiver is Ready for the Record Books

Cincinnati wide receiver Shaq Washington has a chance to move up in the Bearcats record book during his senior season. When Oh Varsity! tweeted out Shaq Washington needs 55 receptions to become number one all time on the Bearcats receptions list (visible below), it made me think. I personally didn’t realize that Washington was that high on the list. Shaq Washington is 54 receptions...
Via The Front Office News
July 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Shaq Washington Hits Biletnikoff Award Watch List

Continuing the trend of Bearcats named to watch lists, another has been recognized for his play and projected future performance. The Biletnikoff Award put out it’s watch list today and Shaq Washington is on it. Washington had an amazing season a year ago where he caught 78 passes. Washington put up 783 yards and caught a touchdown. He also threw for a touchdown. Washington’s...
Via Bearcats Blog
July 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Munchie Legaux and Shaq Washington Extend Years of Eligibility

The AAC announced today that Munchie Legaux and Shaq Washington will have another year added to their college careers. Legaux suffered a horrific knee injury against Illinois that put him out the remainder of the 2013 season. Washington barely played his freshman season way back in 2011. This is gigantic news for Legaux, Washington and Cincinnati. Washington had one of the best...
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February 12, 2014  |  Discuss

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