Kay and Blair Highlight List of Bearcats Working Out for the Bengals Wednesday ☆

A group of Cincinnati Bearcats will be working out for the Cincinnati Bengals tomorrow. NFL rules allow local workouts and the Bengals are taking advantage of this. Instead of writing a bunch of words you will scroll past, here is the full list of Bearcats working out for the Bengals. This list comes from the man, the myth, the legend, Paul Dehner Jr. Marques Aiken Blake Annen Greg...
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April 22, 2014  |  Discuss

2014 NFL Draft Bowl Game Preview: Belk Bowl - North Carolina vs. Cincinnati

It was a tale of two seasons for the Tar Heels, as they got off to a rough 1-5 start to the season, but finished 5-1 with their only loss coming to Duke. Cincinnati on the other hand had a strong 9-3 season in the AAC, losing two close games to Louisville and South Florida. Cincinnati features one of the top defenses in the country, however they haven’t faced the schedule...
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December 28, 2013  |  Discuss

Ten Thursday Things

Clearly stretching on the title of this post. Not all days feature creative post names. On this rather nice Thursday, what is better than dropping 10 interesting things in your eye holes? I do not know either. So let's get to it. Greg Blair is pumped. And is also involved in the first story. 1 - Cincinnati football gave out their season awards last night. Here is the...
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December 19, 2013  |  Discuss

4 Bearcats Earn 1st Team AAC Honors, 5 2nd Team

The American released it's all conference teams today. 9 Cincinnati Bearcats were honored in total. 4 of them were named to the first team, 5 of them to the second team. The four 1st team honorees are : Jordan Stepp Blake Annen Eric Lefeld Ralph David Abernathy IV for his work as a kick returner. The 5 second team Bearcats were WR: Anthony...
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December 11, 2013  |  Discuss

Louisville 31 Cincinnati 24

The margin between Louisville and Cincinnati is not very big. The teams are incredibly similar in terms of style and talent. There isn't a lot that separates them. But the thing is, there is a small gap. The gap is what helped Louisville keep the Keg of Nails for who knows how long in another heartbreaker for Cincinnati. The final stats show an even game. Louisville out rushed Cincinnati...
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December 06, 2013  |  Discuss
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