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2014 Beacat Season Countdown: 15 Days – Michael Colosimo’s Pursuit of Perfection

Perfection is a tricky thing in any sport. Everyone strives to be perfect. Few can be. No mere mortal man has the ability or talent to be perfect every single time out. The pursuit of perfection though, that’s what we strive for. We strive to be the best we can be. When we succeed, we take what made us succeed and try to make that better. When we stumble, we take lessons from failures...
Via Bearcats Blog
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Breaking Down the Gate Crashers: Cincinnati Bearcats

The Cincinnati Bearcats enter year two under Tommy Tuberville as The American favorites — that’s the conference; Cincinnati isn’t America’s team. I think that’s trademarked. Cincinnati was tabbed the AAC favorite by the AAC media. It’s a bit of a spotlight on a program that is chasing the next level of success: expectations. Cincinnati has been a very solid program over...
Via The Student Section
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Dark Day for Bearcats in the NFL

Tuesday wasn’t the best of days for former Cincinnati Bearcats in the NFL. As the rosters crunch before the final preseason game, a couple of Bearcats were casualties. From the mother effing man Paul Dehner Jr on twitter: #Bengals waive/injured: JK Schaffer, Lavelle Westbrooks. Waive LB James Davidson, QB Matt Scott — Paul Dehner Jr. (@pauldehnerjr) August 26, 2014 If Schaffer...
Via Bearcats Blog
6 days ago  |  Discuss

2014 Bearcat Season Countdown: 18 Days – The Receivers

Welcome back to the Bearcats Blog Bearcat season countdown. Today the focus is on the wide receivers. All of the wide receivers. One of the disadvantages of being one man who runs the entire website is that if I’m not around and don’t write in advance, things don’t get posted. That’s 100% my fault. To make up for not throwing in countdown posts in 5 days, the last number...
Via Bearcats Blog
8 days ago  |  Discuss

2014 Bearcat Season Countdown: #23 – Howard Wilder

The Bearcats top corner back this year in terms of playing time in 2013, in terms of actual corner experience and in terms of he’s listed as the starter is Howard Wilder. Wilder was a junior college transfer in 2013. He played in all 13 games, starting 10. Once Trenior Orr went down, Wilder was the primary starter. Although he didn’t start the USF game. Wilder had a pair of interceptions...
Via Bearcats Blog
13 days ago  |  Discuss

There's more to UC's Mouhon than his name

WEST HARRISON, IND. -- Silverberry Mouhon has a burgeoning creative side. Given that his parents named him after a fiction novelist, A.R. Silverberry, maybe it's not so coincidental that he has come to enjoy writing. The creativity is also finding its way onto the football field for the University of Cincinnati junior defensive end. "When the creativity starts to set in...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
13 days ago  |  Discuss

2014 Bearcat Season Countdown: 31 Days

The Cincinnati Bearcats kick off the 2014 football season in 31 days. Bearcats Blog is counting down 32 reasons and people why we, as a fan base, should be pumped for 2014. 32 – AAC Favorite 31 – Adrian Witty and his potential role in the secondary There was a bit of a surprise when Cincinnati released the (very early) two deep when Adrian Witty as listed as the starting corner...
Via Bearcats Blog
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Photo: The Cleats Cincinnati’s Kicker Will Wear This Season Are Pretty Awesome

In college football, when it comes to uniforms, kickers often have it the worst.  Their helmets usually can’t be garnished with cool visors, their numbers are typically in the 90s, their pads normally smaller or nonexistent than those of their teammates.  Wearing creative cleats might be a specialists only chance to better their look on the field. Cincinnati’s kicker, Andrew...
Via College Spun
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Ball State announces Cincinnati transfer Posley

Earlier this summer there was speculation that a member of the Cincinnati Bearcats would be on the move to the MAC. Thursday, that came to fruition. Ball State announced in a release that Joshua Posley has transferred into the football program. Because of NCAA transfer rules, the defensive end will have to sit out the 2014 season. He will have two years of eligibility remaining...
Via Pro Sports Daily
July 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Gunner Kiel Looks To Prove Doubters Wrong At The University of Cincinnati

Gunner Kiel will look to prove many wrong after being very indecisive and finally making his choice to stay at the University of Cincinnati. (via cincinnati) Two years ago, quarterback Gunner Kiel became the laughing stock of college football after notoriously committing to Indiana, then leaving and committing to LSU, after that, he once again left and ended up at Notre Dame,...
Via Grandstand University
July 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Sean Kilpatrick Says “Everyone Will Pay” For Not Drafting Him

This year’s NBA draft was stocked with great talent, so it was obvious that not everyone would be called. Draft prospect Sean Kilpatrick seems very angry that he was passed over. Kilpatrick took to Twitter to express his rage, and it wasn’t pretty. TRUST ME…. Everyone and I mean EVERYONE will pay for this! — Sean Kilpatrick (@SeanKilpatrick_) June 27, 2014 Kilpatrick played...
Via BlackSportsOnline
June 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Cronin signs seven-year deal with Bearcats

CINCINNATI - University of Cincinnati Director of Athletics Mike Bohn announced Monday that the university and head men's basketball coach Mick Cronin have agreed to a new contract through the 2020-21 season. The new seven-year deal replaces the extension Cronin, entering his ninth year with the Bearcats, signed a year ago. "Mick Cronin's genuine passion for the University...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
June 23, 2014  |  Discuss

UC to debut Adidas 'Made in March' uniforms in postseason

The Cincinnati Bearcats men's basketball team will have some new duds for postseason play this year. Again. UC is one of ten programs that have been selected by adidas to wear the company's Made in March uniform, beginning with the American Athletic Conference tournament in Memphis next week. The Bearcats will have sleeves on their jerseys. The uniform fabric is the latest...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
March 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Who's headed to the Dance?

The Cincinnati Bearcats, currently ranked No. 7 and winners of 15 straight, are going to the NCAA tournament. Even though it didn't seem certain a week ago, Ohio State will be back in the tournament, too. How many other Buckeye State teams will join them in the field remains to be seen. Heading into this weekend's games, there's a team in Ohio at No. 46 in the Ratings...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
February 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Bearcats gaining national attention as team to watch

The spotlight is on the Cincinnati Bearcats. That will happen win you start the season 20-2 and 9-0 in your conference. A road win over the defending champion helps too. Cincinnati showed grit beating Louisville Thursday night, holding its ground as the top team in the American Athletic Conference. Now, national folks are beginning to take notice with head coach Mick Cronin particularly...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
January 31, 2014  |  Discuss
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