The 2014-15 Bearcats Basketball Intro Video

Here’s your Cincinnati Bearcats basketball intro video. Have to say, I’m pretty pumped. Hopefully it is updated throughout the season so when the new guys make plays they can be added to it. Get them a little love too. If this video doesn’t get you pumped for November 14, you need to try harder.
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November 04, 2014  |  Discuss

4 Things to Look For in the Bearcat Exhibition Opener

The Bearcats kick off exhibition basketball play tonight at 7. You can watch the game here. It should be an interesting opener for the Cats. So interesting, that we’re bringing you 4 things to watch tonight. Because I’m in the plugging kind of mood, be sure to check out the Bearcats BlogCast Basketball preview. powered by podcast garden One thing you may be wondering is why...
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November 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Are the Cincinnati Bearcats Finally Putting it Together?

After losing three straight games and posting historically bad defensive statistics, the Cincinnati Bearcats have gotten back on track with three straight wins against AAC opponents. Photo used courtesy of But while the three wins are impressive considering they have been without a healthy Gunner Kiel at quarterback, their top two running backs and a couple...
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November 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Celebrating 100 Years of Being the Bearcats with Great Bearcat Photos

There was the time the Bearcat stood in line with the basketball team. Here’s the Bearcat from the 1993 NCAA tournament against North Carolina. That time it waved a flag. That time the Bearcat looked like a bad ass waving a flag and pointing. This old drawing of the UC mascot had the Bearcat as an actual bear. As you may know, that’s not what a Bearcat looks like. At all...
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October 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Cincinnati 34 USF 17: Grading the Bearcats

A part of me feels like we’ve watched Cincinnati play the last two weeks and have essentially learned nothing. Another part of me feels like UC has genuinely gotten better the last two weeks. Yet another part of me thinks that who cares, nothing matters until East Carolina. That’s all the parts that are thinking right now. I’ll alert you if more do. The Bearcats cruised to...
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October 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Bearcats: The Good, Bad and Ugly from Week 9

The Cincinnati Bearcats head into Week 10 with a 4-3 record (2-1 AAC), back above the .500 mark after book-ending a historically bad three-game losing streak with a 2-0 start and two wins in the last two weeks. Along the way there have been plenty of peaks and valleys on the field, and when you throw in a recent run of negative off-the-field news, it certainly has been a roller-coaster...
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October 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Defensive Back Joshua Norwood Decommits

Instead of celebrating UCs recent win against South Florida this past weekend, Bearcats fans have had to deal with a string of bad news thus far with Gunner Kiel re-injuring his ribs on Friday and the arrest of Marcus Tappan on Saturday night. The bad news for the Bearcats continued today when defensive back Joshua Norwood decommitted on Monday morning. Norwood was committed to Cincinnati...
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October 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Another Embarrassing Weekend for UC: Marcus Tappan Arrested and Suspended Indefinitely

Friday night’s game with South Florida went pretty well for the most part. Gunner Kiel got knocked out, but Munchie Legaux stepped in and played well to lead the Bearcats to a huge 34-17 victory. Unfortunately, things turned for the worst for the program after the game. Sophomore Alex Tappan was arrested. has the story. Marcus Tappan, a sophomore linebacker for...
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October 27, 2014  |  Discuss

UC Notes: Kiel Expected to Play Friday, Gantz Repeats as American of the Week

A couple of Bearcat notes on this beautiful Monday. Tommy Tuberville has said that quarterback Gunner Kiel is expected to play on Friday night when the Bearcats travel to Tulane. “I expect him to play,” Tuberville said of Kiel. “He’s still sore. He’s going to be like that the rest of the year.” Gunner Kiel is a tough, tough football player. I’m not surprised in the...
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October 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Bearcats BlogCast Episode 5 – with John Goebel

On our weekly podcast, Chris Bains, @cinbinbains, from Cincy on the Prowl and I sat down to talk to former Bearcat running back John Goebel. John was on Bearcat teams from 2006-’10. He had a lot of stories about his commitment to Cincinnati, playing for Mark Dantonio, the transition from Dantonio leaving and Brian Kelly becoming head coach, Brian Kelly leaving for Notre Dame (which...
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October 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Bearcats’ Midseason Report Card

After a later start than most to its season, Cincinnati has finally reached the halfway point with a disappointing 3-3 (1-1 AAC) record given its preseason expectations. The Bearcats were heavy favorites to win the AAC, and some even believed they could contend for a College Football Playoff spot or at least a major bowl berth. Photo used courtesy of As it is now...
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October 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Bearcats vs SMU Mustangs Football Preview

Tomorrow afternoon, Cincinnati goes on the road to Southern Methodist to play the terrible Mustangs. It is hard to muster any enthusiasm for this game, if we are being quite honest. I just don’t care about SMU football. In fact, I wasn’t even going to do a preview for this game, I was going to let the podcast be the preview. Instead, here is a truncated preview of the Bearcats...
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October 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Cincinnati QB Gunner Kiel Still Has a Lot to Prove

“For me, I think I silenced the critics,” Cincinnati quarterback Gunner Kiel said following the team’s win against Toledo all the way back in Week 1. “People were kind of bashing me, a lot of people. I kind of shook that off and came out and played my game, and had fun.” Photo used courtesy of Kiel apparently felt like he silenced his haters after his performance...
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October 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Wing scorer Jacob Evans announces for Cincinnati

One associates tough-minded defenders with the Cincinnati Bearcats basketball program, but that didn’t stop their pursuit of a talented wing scorer, Jacob Evans of St. Michael (LA). The Bearcats’ attempts to land Evans, a 6′-5″, 210 pound prospect, paid off on Tuesday, as Evans announced he verbally committed. Evans picked Cincinnati over the South Carolina Gamecocks, ...
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October 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Mick Cronin Talks about the 2014-15 Bearcats

Mick Cronin talked about the 2014-15 Bearcats after the first day of practice yesterday. The coach offered some insight about his brand new club. This is going to be an interesting year in Cincinnati basketball. This is a very, very young team compared to what we have seen in the past. Only Ge’Lawn Guyn and Jermaine Sanders come back as seniors. Neither one of them were a key...
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October 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Bearcats’ Defense One of the Worst in FBS

Evaluating defenses in college football is tough and somewhat arbitrary given the number of variables, but this much is clear if you have watched a Cincinnati Bearcats game this season: they have one of the worst defensive units in the FBS. Photo used courtesy of While UC doesn’t rank at the very bottom (125th) in any of the major defensive statistics, it...
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October 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Cory Keebler Out for the Year

Tommy Tuberville said on Tuesday that Cory Keebler was still being evaluated. The evaluation is over and it’s not good news for the senior right guard. Word has come that Keebler has a torn ACL. He’ll have surgery on Monday. From the article: University of Cincinnati starting right tackle Cory Keebler is scheduled to undergo knee surgery on Monday and will miss the rest of the...
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October 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Three and Out: The Cincinnati Bearcats and the Cradle of Coaches

With last weekend’s spanking at the hands of Ohio State still sticking in the fans’ respective craw, it might bring to mind the last team Cincinnati fell foul of an Urban Meyer-coached team, the 2009 Sugar Bowl. Meyer, as everyone and their mother likely knows, is a former Bearcat who began his coaching career in Ohio. Photo used courtesy of Ohio has long been...
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October 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Solomon Tentman Leaves the Bearcats

Solomon Tentman has left the Cincinnati Bearcats football team. Tentman made the announcement on his instagram account. Hardest thing I have had to do in my life yet. I hate to leave my brothers who I’ve sweat, bled, teared, and shared so many great memories with. I cannot continue to express how much I appreciate them, the opportunities the coaches gave me, and everything else...
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September 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Bearcat Basketball Notes: The Court Has Eyes and Basketball on the Banks Announced

Exciting touchup to the baselines in Fifth Third Arena. Looks sharp. #Bearcats — Cincinnati Bearcats (@GoBEARCATS) September 30, 2014 Cincinnati has updated the court at 5/3 Arena, which is the first in many updates to basketball facilities one can hope. I think the eyes look sharp as hell. This is a pretty cool baseline touch. Good job, Cincinnati...
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September 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Photo: Cincinnati Adds A Cool Graphic To The Baseline Of Its Basketball Court

Cincinnati has made a slight change to its basketball court at Fifth Third Arena.  The baseline of the Bearcats’ playing surface has been changed slightly. A new graphic has been added to the floor’s design.  Check it out:  Exciting touchup to the baselines in Fifth Third Arena. Looks sharp. #Bearcats — Cincinnati Bearcats (@GoBEARCATS) September...
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September 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Ohio State Announces It Will Hold A Moment Of Silence Before Cincinnati Game For Chamoda Kennedy-Palmore

Thursday afternoon, Cincinnati Bearcats redshirt freshman running back Chamoda Kennedy-Palmore was killed when a vehicle cut across two lanes and crashed directly into his motorcycle. It’s been reported that Kennedy-Palmore was wearing the proper safety gear and his helmet at the time of the crash. Cincinnati is scheduled to play Ohio State this Saturday in Columbus. Thursday night...
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September 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Bearcats Are AAC’s Best Chance at Making CFB Playoff

Step aside East Carolina, this is still Cincinnati‘s league. Photo used courtesy of ECU’s trajectory for the 2014 season has risen extensively after it upset two ACC Coastal Division foes, Virginia Tech and North Carolina, who both appeared (before the Pirates raided their villages) to be legitimate contenders in their respective Power 5 conferences. Quarterback...
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September 25, 2014  |  Discuss
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