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Bearcats dealing with loss of a brother

CINCINNATI -- When the phone rings at 2 a.m., as Tommy Tuberville's did last year on Sept. 22, it's rarely a good sign. That's the time the University of Cincinnati football coach got the call informing him of a single-car accident that resulted in the death of freshman offensive lineman Ben Flick. Freshmen wide receivers Mark Barr and Javon Harrison were seriously injured. Last...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
September 30, 2014  |  Discuss

UC running back killed in traffic accident

CINCINNATI -- The University of Cincinnati football program is dealing with a second fatal accident involving one of its players in just over one year after a traffic wreck Thursday claimed the life of 19-year-old Chamoda Kennedy-Palmore, a walk-on running back. The accident occurred on Vine Street, north of the UC campus in Clifon Thursday afternoon. Kennedy-Palmore was riding his...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
September 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Chamoda Kennedy-Palmore Killed in Accident

Bearcat walk on running back Chamdoa Kennedy-Palmore was killed today while riding his motorcycle. The details come from Cincinnati.com: Chamoda Kennedy-Palmore, a non-scholarship football player, was killed when a vehicle turned across two lanes of traffic and hit his motorcycle, according to Cincinnati Police Department Spokesperson Tiffaney Hardy. Kennedy-Palmore was wearing...
Via Bearcats Blog
September 25, 2014  |  Discuss

4 Bearcats Careers Come to an End

In a little paragraph in today’s news about Cincinnati and Indiana agreeing to a football series in 2021, word came out about 4 Bearcats who have had their careers cut short due to injuries. This was reported on Cincinnati.com. Two of the Bearcats mentioned are Mark Barr and Javon Harrison. They were involved in the horrific car accident the weekend of the Miami game last year...
Via Bearcats Blog
July 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Tuberville eager for first bowl game with Bearcats

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- Tommy Tuberville and Cincinnati are back in the Belk Bowl -- and this time he'll actually get to coach the Bearcats. Tuberville was hired on Dec. 8, 2012, by the Bearcats, but didn't coach in last year's Belk Bowl. Instead, Steve Stripling served as the interim coach after Butch Jones resigned weeks before to take a job at Tennessee. However, Tuberville was...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
December 27, 2013  |  Discuss

Photo: Cincinnati To Wear “77″ On Bowl Helmets To Honor Ben Flick

All season long, Cincinnati has been honoring its former offensive lineman, Ben Flick, who tragically passed away in a car crash this past September. Bearcats players wore his number, 77, on their helmets and jerseys to pay tribute to their fallen teammate. It looks as if that will continue into the postseason as well. The school tweeted out a photo of Cincinnati’s new “red...
Via College Spun
December 26, 2013  |  Discuss
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