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Bearcats BlogCast: Ep.47 – Big 12 Expansion and Contract Extensions

The Bearcats BlogCast makes it’s grand offseason return today, as Chris Bains and I discuss all things Bearcats. We kick off with the contract extensions received by basketball coach Mick Cronin and football coach Tommy Tuberville. This leads into a substantial discussion about Mick Cronin, expectations, recruiting and results. We end up talking similarly about Tommy Tuberville...
Via Bearcats Blog
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Duke, Cincinnati headline Hall of Fame Tip-Off field

The 2016-17 college basketball season is still a few months away, but that does not mean it is too early to look ahead to everything that is slated to happen. The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Tip-Off is just one of the many early season tournaments and at least two big name teams will be in attendance for the event. The field was released with the 2015 national champion...
Via Campus Sports Net
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Cincinnati is the most uncomfortable big-ticket program in the country

The city of Cincinnati is uncomfortable enough in the realm of professional sports. The Reds are in rebuilding mode, and the Bengals… well, they’re the Bengals. This discomfort extends to the collegiate ranks. Let’s be clear at the outset: An uncomfortable situation is not equivalent to a rock-bottom situation. Discomfort is not purely a reflection of a lack of quality. As...
Via The Student Section
April 12, 2016  |  Discuss

Cincy gets commitment from Cane Broome

The Cincinnati Bearcats lost a heartbreaker to Saint Joseph’s in the Round of 64 of the 2016 NCAA Tournament, but they are looking to be one of the better teams in both the AAC and the country for the next few seasons. And now, Cincy will get some big help from transfer Cane Broome, who announced his commitment Monday morning. Broome took to Twitter to confirm his transfer and...
Via Campus Sports Net
April 11, 2016  |  Discuss

LOOK: Mike Tyson's Hysterical Twitter Blunder Congratulates Cincinnati Women's Basketball on Their National Championship

The Connecticut Huskies put a beating on the Syracuse Orange in the NCAA Women's Basketball National Championship game last night, winning 82-51. RELATED: Villanova's Head Coach Barely Reacted After His Team's National Championship Win  The win marked UConn's fourth consecutive National Championship and the team's 75th straight victory. Their domination led many other star athletes...
Via Stack
April 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Mick Cronin to remain Cincinnati’s basketball coach

University of Cincinnati president Santa J. Ono announced on Twitter today that Mick Cronin would remain the coach of the Bearcats’ men’s basketball team. The basketball program’s official Twitter also posted about Cronin’s return. I am thrilled to say Mick Cronin will remain our coach at the University of Cincinnati. — Santa J. Ono (@PrezOno) March 25, 2016 The second...
Via Campus Sports Net
March 25, 2016  |  Discuss

Cincinnati President Announces Mick Cronin Will Remain Bearcats’ Basketball Coach

Mick Cronin is staying at Cincinnati.  The Bearcats’ men’s basketball coach had been receiving some interest from UNLV, but he’s passing on the opportunity to lead the Rebels’ program.  University of Cincinnati president Santa J. Ono announced the news on Twitter.  I am thrilled to say Mick Cronin will remain our coach at the University of Cincinnati. — Santa J. Ono...
Via College Spun
March 25, 2016  |  Discuss

Bearcats BlogCast: Cronin to UNLV? Not So Fast

This tweet by Tom Groeschen:   JUST IN: Cronin says he is headed back to Cincinnati today, says nothing happening today. Sources say no deal with UNLV. Story to come. — Tom Groeschen (@TomGroeschen) March 24, 2016 dropped just as Chris Bains from Cincy on the Prowl and I finished recording this edition of the Bearcats BlogCast. We dive into the Mick to UNLV speculation full...
Via Bearcats Blog
March 24, 2016  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Can’t Beat Buzzer With Dunk, Loses To St. Joseph’s (Video)

The final game of the NCAA Tournament’s first round ended in complete and utter heartbreak for the No. 9 seed Cincinnati Bearcats. Cincy trailed No. 8 St. Joseph’s by two with mere seconds remaining, and Octavius Ellis had the ball in his hands with a chance to send the game to overtime. Ellis had a clear look at the rim after receiving a pass in the paint, but rather than laying...
Via NESN.com
March 19, 2016  |  Discuss

Video: St. Joe’s Outlasts Cincinnati After Final Basket Ruled Late

What an end to a crazy opening round of the 2016 NCAA Tournament. Just minutes after Northern Iowa stunned Texas on a half-court buzzer-beater, Saint Joseph’s and Cincinnati gave us one for the ages. This one was a little more controversial, however. The Hawks, trailing 76-75, saw senior forward Isaiah Miles nail an absolutely huge three-pointer to take a two-point lead with less...
Via College Spun
March 19, 2016  |  Discuss

James “Flight” White Reflects On March Madness, Future Hendrix and Big Ass Fur Coats

Once upon a time the Cincinnati Bearcats were the scariest team in America. One player from that era of dominance was James “Flight” White. The high-flying swingman from the Washington, D.C. area spent three years at the University of Cincinnati after transferring from the University of Florida. Known for his abilities to dunk with grace, White was a good all-around player throughout...
Via The Sports Fan Journal
March 18, 2016  |  Discuss

UConn finally beats Cincinnati in fourth OT, 104-97

The UConn Huskies needed a miracle, but finally managed to beat the Cincinnati Bearcats in the American Athletic Conference Quarterfinal in quadruple overtime by a score of 104-97. Daniel Hamilton finished with 32 points, 12 rebounds and eight assists as Connecticut won despite 37 points from Cincinnati’s Troy Caupain. But Hamilton was not the true hero of the game. That honor...
Via Campus Sports Net
March 11, 2016  |  Discuss

Bearcats BlogCast: Episode 42 – Sorry for the 5 Minute Digression

Welcome to this edition of the Bearcats BlogCast. We are back to the three man weave of myself, Cincy on the Prowl‘s Chris Bains and Matt Opper. If you are new to the podcast, be sure to subscribe on iTunes. Please give us a nice rating and review if you will. If you don’t like iTunes, the podcast is on Stitcher. It’s also right there up top if you want to be instantly satisfied...
Via Bearcats Blog
February 18, 2016  |  Discuss

Oklahoma president supports Cincinnati joining Big 12

The Big 12 wants to expand by adding more members over the coming months and it is likely going to happen. It looks like the conference has already found the first school that desperately wants to join them and it would push their conference further into the Midwest. According to multiple sources, the Cincinnati Bearcats have been making a push to join the Big 12. It looks like at...
Via Campus Sports Net
February 14, 2016  |  Discuss

Breaking Down the 2016 Cincinnati Bearcats Football Schedule

Christmas in February has come with the AAC’s announcement of the conference schedule. That puts the finishing touches on the 2016 Bearcats football schedule. Let’s not delay, here’s the schedule in all it’s glory. // 2016 UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI FOOTBALL SCHEDULE DATE OPPONENT TV LOCATION Thur., Sept. 1 UT-MARTIN TBD Nippert Stadium Sat., Sept. 10 at Purdue TBD West Lafayette...
Via Bearcats Blog
February 09, 2016  |  Discuss

Bearcats BlogCast Blast: USF Recap

Hello everyone. Trying something a bit different for game recaps. On this Bearcats BlogCast blast, I recap the Bearcats win over the USF Bulls. I also talk a little about Memphis and league in general. We’ll try to get the three man podcast going again this week. Would love to hear any and all feedback. You can find this, and previous editions of the BlogCast, on iTunes. Thanks...
Via Bearcats Blog
February 05, 2016  |  Discuss

Cincinnati's arena renovations move ahead despite snag

Despite shortfalls in fundraising, the University of Cincinnati says it is moving forward with plans to renovate its basketball arena, the Sporting News reported on Wednesday. There has reportedly been $25 million raised to overhaul Fifth Third Arena, which is short of the $40 million goal that was set for mid-December. While renovations were projected to start in March 2016, the...
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December 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Memphis overcomes bad officiating, beats Cincinnati

The Memphis Tigers have given up a combined total of 87 points in their last two games. The Memphis Tigers are 2-0 in their last two games. Coach Justin Fuente’s team, which won the 2014 Miami Beach Bowl by a 55-48 score over BYU, is picking up where it left off last December. This isn’t a perfect team. It’s frankly a half-a-loaf team. Yet, it is now winning consistently...
Via The Student Section
September 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Temple beats Cincinnati, earns respect it deserves

Temple got absolutely zero credit for pummeling Penn State last week. In fact, the Owls received so little recognition for a dominant defense performance (10 sacks, 52 yards allowed over the final three quarters), that it entered Nippert Stadium as a 7-point underdog to preseason conference favorite Cincinnati on Saturday night. Rather than complain about it in the media (see: Bielema...
Via The Student Section
September 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Photos: Cincinnati, Under Armour Release New Nippert Stadium-Themed Uniforms For Homecoming Game

On Saturday, October 24, Cincinnati will celebrate homecoming against fellow AAC school UConn. The Bearcats will be wearing some new uniforms for the contest.  Cincinnati and Under Armour have announced that in honor of Nippert Stadium’s 100th anniversary, the team will be wearing new threads inspired by the venue. Here’s more, via the apparel manufacturer: The historic Nippert...
Via College Spun
September 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Cincinnati and UCF Finally Face Each Other In The AAC

The American Athletic Conference, also known as “The American” or the AAC for short, owns a number of compelling subplots this season. Navy joins the league and will force opponents to defend the triple option. Memphis, under Justin Fuente, rose from the ashes last season but also embarrassed itself in the so-called “Miami Beach Brawl” against BYU. The Tigers are an intriguing...
Via The Student Section
July 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Remember when the Cincinnati Bearcats were the scariest team in America?

By Eddie Maisonet When you walk into Fifth Third Arena on the University of Cincinnati campus, you quickly notice the championship banners from 1961 and 1962, the listing of Bearcat All-Americans, and most notably the three retired uniforms hanging up on the wall. Jack Twyman. Oscar Robertson. Kenyon Martin. One man (Twyman) I've only heard of as a broadcaster, one man (The...
Via The Sports Fan Journal
July 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Photo: Cincinnati’s Football Team Got Sweet New Under Armour Gloves

Cincinnati’s football program will be sporting some new Under Armour gloves this fall.  The Bearcats tweeted a photo of the new gloves – a black pair and a white pair – with some cool graphics on the palm of the gloves.  Check them out:  New @UnderArmour gloves for the football team are in! #UC2UA pic.twitter.com/ZIltP5r0b8 — Cincinnati Bearcats (@GoBEARCATS) July 1,...
Via College Spun
July 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Can the Cincinnati Bearcats Make the 2015 College Football Playoff?

Beginning last year, the NCAA changed the look of college football by ending the season with a four-team playoff, rather than the Bowl Championship Series it had used for roughly 15 years. Every team dreams of being one of those four finalists, which would give them a chance to walk away with a National Championship at the end of the season. Based on the way last season went, it...
Via AAC Football Fever
June 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Conference Realignment: Is Cincinnati Next?

My how college football has changed in these last five years. Teams like Nebraska, Colorado, and Utah began the transformation as the first teams to try conference realignment. Since that time, Syracuse, TCU, Louisville, and many others have followed suit. For a time, the Big 12 had 10 teams and the Big Ten had 12 teams. However, it was the former Big East conference took the biggest...
Via AAC Football Fever
April 13, 2015  |  Discuss
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