Cincinnati Bearcats’ 2014 Season Report Card

Despite grabbing a share of the AAC championship, something they were widely expected to do heading into the season, 2014 is better categorized as a season of missed opportunities for the Cincinnati Bearcats. Tommy Tuberville’s second campaign as head coach resulted in the same 9-4 record, the same apparent acceptance of mediocrity, and the same failure on the big stage as his...
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January 07, 2015  |  Discuss

American Athletic Conference 2014 Postseason Football Award Winners

This just sums up the 2014 season for the UConn Huskies football team. They did not have one player recognized by the American Athletic Conference in its 2014 Postseason Football Awards. They were the only team in the league not represented. To be fair, all but a few players on the team deserved to be on there. For me, the biggest snub for UConn is Andrew Adams. He finished second...
Via Sox and Dawgs
December 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Bearcats Populate the All-AAC Teams

The AAC released it’s all conference teams, as well as it’s award winners, for this past season. The Bearcats populate the list of all conference selections, even though none of them won individual awards. Let’s jump right to the Bearcats that made the teams. First Team OL – Eric Lefeld OL – Parker Ehinger DL – Terrell Hartsfield LB – Jeff Luc   Second Team K – Andrew...
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December 10, 2014  |  Discuss

American Athletic Conference Weekly Football Honors – Dec. 8

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – The American Athletic Conference has announced the winners of the league’s weekly football honors for the final week of the college football regular season. AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEKBreshad Perriman • Jr. • WR • UCF • Lithonia, Ga. Perriman highlighted a big night by catching a 51-yard Hail Mary for a touchdown at the...
Via Sox and Dawgs
December 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Bearcats vs Houston Cougars Preview

Tomorrow’s Houston game is significant for a few reasons. One, it’s a Bearcats football game. We only get 13 a year in good years, so it’s pretty important. Two, the Bearcats can win a share of the AAC title. Three, it’s senior day. Let’s take a minute to name drop all of the Bearcat seniors playing their final home game. Hosey Williams Howard Wilder Nick Temple Kevin...
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December 05, 2014  |  Discuss

UC closing in on AAC title share

CINCINNATI -- Tommy Tuberville wants the University of Cincinnati football team to get back to its roots when it comes to its offense. It's got one regular season game left to do so. The Bearcats close out their regular season Saturday at noon at Paul Brown Stadium against Houston. There is plenty to play for, most notably a share of the American Athletic Conference title with Memphis...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
December 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Cincinnati 14 Temple 6: Grading the Bearcats

I don’t know why my football reviews have turned into a Wednesday feature, but they have so let’s deal with it. The last two weeks have offered games that have not been extremely interesting. Cincinnati blew the doors off of UConn. The Bearcats put this game against Temple in the grinder for the 14-6 victory. UC used a near 7 minute drive the last 7 minutes of the game to run...
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December 03, 2014  |  Discuss

American Athletic Conference Weekly Football Honors – Dec. 1

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – The American Athletic Conference has announced the winners of the league’s weekly football honors for the 14th week of the college football season. AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK Paxton Lynch • So. • QB • Memphis • Deltona, Fla. Lynch threw four touchdown passes against UConn as the Tigers clinched a share of their first conference...
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December 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Nick Temple: American of the Week

Nick Temple went up to Temple, saw his name everywhere and found it to be home. He certainly played like the game was his for the taking. Temple had 13 tackles, 3 for loss and 2 sacks. It was quite easy to see that Nick Temple was every damn where against the Owls. So easy to see that he was the slam dunk American Defensive Player of the Week. Jeff Luc had the honor last week. The...
Via Bearcats Blog
December 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Bearcats can't look ahead to Ohio State

CINCINNATI -- The University of Cincinnati hasn't lost a football game to their counterparts from Miami University in nine years. The Bearcats have outscored the RedHawks almost 28 points a contest in the eight wins. Miami hasn't managed to score more than three touchdowns during the current streak, while UC's 14-0 victory last season is the only time the Bearcats have failed to...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
September 16, 2014  |  Discuss

2014 Bearcats Season Countdown: 8 Days – The 8 Longest and Shortest Scores of the Last 8 Years

8 days before Cincinnati kicks off the 2014 season, I thought it would be fun to look at the 8 longest and the 8 shortest touchdowns Cincinnati has scored since 2006. Why 2006? That’s 8 seasons of data and we are 8 days to the start of the season. It’s not rocket science. The categories are rushing touchdowns, receiving touchdowns, defensive touchdowns, return touchdowns and...
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September 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Lefeld, Mouhon, Williams Named Steele 1st Team All-AAC, 11 Others Honored

Phil Steele released his All-AAC teams yesterday. As the headline says, 14 Bearcats landed on the lists, one of them twice. The highlights were 3 Bearcats on the first team. Running back Hosey Williams, offensive lineman Eric Lefeld and defensive end Silverberry Mouhon all landed those honors. Congratulations to all three of them. Williams seems like the odd choice since his role...
Via Bearcats Blog
June 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Bearcats Football Year End Roundtable with Chris Bains and Matt Opper Part 1

My good friends Matt Opper from Down the Drive and Chris Bains from Cincy on the Prowl sat down for a midseason evaluation. We have done that again just in time for bowl season. 1) How would you grade the first season under Tommy Tuberville? Scott: B-/C. Whatever the result of the bowl game is will ultimately be where I come down on this season. The only loss I think...
Via Bearcats Blog
December 26, 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

Keg of Heartbreak

Cincinnati dropped the last Keg of Nails game in the foreseeable future in one of the most painful ways possible, losing to Louisville a second year in a row in OT 31-24. For the second year in a row, Teddy Bridgewater ripped out the Bearcats' heart with a huge 4th quarter. He made two of the plays of the year. First on 4th down, he dragged Nick Temple, Nick Temple!, 5 yards for...
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December 06, 2013  |  Discuss
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