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Saying Goodbye to Jermaine Sanders

Jermaine Sanders’ jump shot is one of the better looking ones in modern Cincinnati history when everything is going right. It seems like lefties always have smooth looking jumpers but Jermaine takes it to another level. When he’s on his game, the flow of his shot is pretty perfect. With the flick of his left wrist, the ball always looks like it’s going down, even if it doesn’t...
Via Bearcats Blog
5 hours ago  |  Discuss

Bearcats Senior Day this weekend seeing get-in price of just $9

Cincinnati seems to be on the right side of the bubble after picking up a key road win on Wednesday night. The Bearcats (21-9, 12-5) went into then-conference-leading Tulsa and secured a nine-point victory, a game in which they were ahead virtually the entire time. Farad Cobb scored 22 points, including four 3-pointers and Octavius Ellis had 13 rebounds and four blocks. Tulsa is...
Via Bearcats Blog
17 hours ago  |  Discuss

How High Can Gunner Kiel Fly in 2015?

Ever since his playing days at Columbus East High School in Indiana, Gunner Kiel has always faced astronomical expectations. A five-star recruit coming out of high school, Kiel was ranked as the best quarterback prospect in the country by both and After originally committing to Indiana and then LSU, he finally settled on Notre Dame, where his father, Blair...
Via AAC Football Fever
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Bearcats BlogCast – Episode 15

On this edition of the Bearcats BlogCast,  Chris Bains of Cincy on the Prowl, Matt Opper of Down the Drive and I put Cincinnati Bearcats basketball through the ringer. The first thing we cover is the news that Ge’Lawn Guyn was granted his release from the program. We break down the Bearcats game against Tulane over the weekend and talk about the offense. We discuss whether Cincinnati’s...
Via Bearcats Blog
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Bearcats Ge’Lawn Guyn Granted Release, Able to Transfer

Cincinnati Bearcats guard Ge’Lawn Guyn has been granted his release from the university according to head coach Mick Cronin. In fact, here’s Cronin as reported by Tom Groeschen: “I’ve given him his release,” Cronin said, in an interview with The Enquirer. “If he decides to graduate and transfer, that’s up to him.” The Bearcats coach added this: “He hasn’t been...
Via Bearcats Blog
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Shaquille Thomas and the Bearcats Dunk All over Tulane in Rout

Get ya some, Shaquille. Thomas dunks on a man — Bearcats Blog (@BearcatsBlog) February 28, 2015 Here’s the baseline angle — Bearcats Blog (@BearcatsBlog) February 28, 2015 Go ahead and flex after that all day long after that. The Bearcats as a whole flexed their muscles in a blowout victory over Tulane today. The Cats jumped...
Via Bearcats Blog
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Ellis makes up for lost time as Bearcats beat UCF, 83-60

CINCINNATI -- Octavius Ellis knew he owed his teammates. He left them short-handed the last time out. They won in Houston last Saturday night despite his absence but the University of Cincinnati junior center didn't want to leave them hanging again. Ellis came ready to play Wednesday. All of the Bearcats were ready when it came time to tip-off against Central Florida but especially...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Miami, Cincinnati To Play Nationally Televised Thursday Night Game

The Miami Hurricanes and Cincinnati Bearcats will play a nationally televised Thursday night game in October.
Via Gamedayr
15 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Cincinnati's Shaq Thomas Finishes Off Sweet Spin Move With an Even Sweeter Dunk

In the end, things did not go the way the Cincinnati Bearcats had hoped they would Wednesday when they faced off against Xavier (they lost by two, 59-57). While the score did not work out in their favor there is one thing that did. Of all the games that were played Wednesday night and all the dunks that were thrown down the sweetest came from Shaq Thomas on this play.Well done Shaq...
Via FatManWriting
15 days ago  |  Discuss

3 Recruits Cincinnati Must Land on National Signing Day

National Signing Day is nigh upon us, so let the high school senior worshipping commence! Most kids will sign their National Letter of Intent unceremoniously, but you will be sure to see plenty of the best prep players in the country announcing their college decision live on ESPNU tomorrow. If you’re a fan of the Cincinnati Bearcats, and I’m assuming you are since you are reading...
Via AAC Football Fever
February 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Recruiting: YouTube Playing a Part

The Cincinnati Bearcats have put together some pretty nifty YouTube 2014 highlight clips for each of the major position groups. Given the online lifestyle of the generation of players the program is trying to bring in, it clearly makes sense. If you want to check them all out, you can find them on the UC Bearcat Football YouTube channel. The quarterback highlight video stood out...
Via AAC Football Fever
January 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Year 3 Of Tuberville Era Pivotal For Cincinnati

The Cincinnati Bearcats have gone 18-8 in two years under head coach Tommy Tuberville, during which the team has seen its fair share of ups and downs. After a solid start to his tenure in 2013, where the Bearcats went 9-4, Tuberville and his team endured a bit of a rough patch this past season. Despite entering 2014 as the favorite to win the AAC title, Cincinnati came stumbling...
Via AAC Football Fever
January 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Has AAC’s Top Recruiting Class

The Cincinnati Bearcats currently own The American’s top 2015 recruiting class, according to With National Signing Day coming up fast (Feb. 4), teams are racing to catch a few last-minute recruits, and lock-up the guys that might be waffling on where they want to play college ball. UC has constructed a strong ’15 class that includes 11 three-star commits — more...
Via AAC Football Fever
January 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Bearcats heed Cronin's words, rout Temple

CINCINNATI -- The trip back to Cincinnati from western Tennessee Thursday night was quiet. Understandably so. There wasn't much to talk about after the University of Cincinnati scored just 50 points in a 13-point loss to Memphis. It was arguably the worst performance of the season for the Bearcats. The talking increased Friday, but it wasn't coming from the players. It came from...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
January 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Bearcats Chris Moore Hit With Excessive Celebration Penalty For Saluting During the Military Bowl

Usually the calls that the refs make are good ones and make sense. If we can't see the penalty during play we can usually see it during a replay. However, there are some penalties called that are beyond stupid. They are so bad that you have to wonder what game they are watching and what rule book they are using.One such call was made during the Military Bowl on Cincinnati Bearcats...
Via FatManWriting
December 28, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Cincinnati Bearcats Mascot Delivers Dropkick to George Washington During President's Race

During the Military Bowl the Presidents took the field for a little race. For some reason the Cincinnati Bearcats mascot didn't want George Washington to win so he took matters in to his own hands--or in this case feet--and took the Founding Father out.What's even funnier is that Honest Abe looks like he's talking trash after taking over the lead until good ole Teddy decided to take...
Via FatManWriting
December 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Photos: Cincinnati Wearing Helmets With “Mantraflage” Accents, Military Branch Seals For Bowl Game

When the Cincinnati Bearcats take the field against Virginia Tech on December 27, they’ll be paying homage to both our nation’s military and their apparel provider, adidas. UC, which also announced that it’ll be wearing black uniforms for the contest, has released red “mantraflage” helmets with stickers of all five branches of the military. The lids read “Go Bearcats...
Via College Spun
December 18, 2014  |  Discuss

College Basketball 2014-15: Cincinnati Bearcats Team Preview

The obvious issue for Cincinnati in 2014-15 is how to replace first-team All-America guard Sean Kilpatrick, who finished his career as the second-...
Via Athlon Sports
November 05, 2014  |  Discuss

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