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8 Days From the Start of the Season Notes

We are just 8 short days from the start of the 2013 football season. I am pretty damn pumped. Next week is going to be a football preview explosion. Today, however, is going to be a catch up of all the news and notes around Cincinnati football as we head into the last quiet weekend until hopefully sometime in April. 8 days #BeatPurdue One of the major stories left unsolved...
Via Bearcats Blog
August 23, 2013  |  Discuss

Stewart still looking for a shot

CINCINNATI Walter Stewart knows he has a decision to make. The former University of Cincinnati defensive end believes he can still play football. He needs a team to believe that he can. Since suffering a sprained neck last early last season, an injury which led to the discovery that he had been born without the posterior arch of his C1 vertebra, Stewart has been seeking a chance...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
May 10, 2013  |  Discuss

Stewart given a second chance, wants in hunt

Walter Stewart had things planned out. His days of playing football seemingly complete, Stewart was ready to start on a graduate degree and work his way into the coaching ranks. When doctors tell you you're not able to play the game you love and have been playing for years because they've discovered your spine wasn't built like normal spines its more than disappointing...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
March 13, 2013  |  Discuss

Tuesday Thoughts on Stewart, Blair and Basketball

There have been a lot of little nuggets of news coming out today. Let's tackle those first. Secondly we will get to my thoughts on the Bearcats exhibition opener.  If you missed it last night, Walter Stewart's Cincinnati career is over. There may be a full write up about Walter tomorrow. When I say there may, there will be. Butch Jones had this to say about Walt, per...
Via Bearcats Blog
October 30, 2012  |  Discuss

Has the resurgent MAC passed the Big East?

The Mid-American conference has made a few national headlines over the last two weekends, and two have them have come at the expense of the Big East. The MAC's resurgence has been highlighted -- and legitimized -- by Toledo's win over Cincinnati on Oct. 20 and Kent State's dominating win at Rutgers last weekend. Both Cincinnati and Rutgers were undefeated and ranked in...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
October 30, 2012  |  Discuss

Walter Stewart's Career Is Over

Sad news tonight as Bearcat defensive end Walter Stewart has seen his playing career come to an end. From our friends at Bearcat Lair:    Stewart’s foster father, Keith Fields, told BCL on Monday night that Stewart was born without a “posterior C1 arch” and the problem surfaced after the Fordham game on October 13. “Walt was injured on the fourth play...
Via Bearcats Blog
October 30, 2012  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Will Be Without Sack Specialist Against Louisville

The Cincinnati Bearcats will be without one of their best defensive players tomorrow night as they travel to take on Louisville at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium. Sack specialist Walter Stewart will not play tomorrow and is likely to miss the remainder of the season. He suffered what’s being called an upper body injury Oct. 13 against Fordham. Despite missing last weeks’ game...
Via The Cardinal Connect
October 25, 2012  |  Discuss

Big East Game of the Week: Cincinnati vs. Louisville

Week Nine Big East Feature GameCincinnati Bearcats (5-1, 3-0) vs. #14 Louisville Cardinals (7-0, 2-0) Friday, October 26 • 8 PM ET • ESPN2Papa John’s Cardinals Stadium • Louisville, KentuckyCincinnati travels 100 miles southwest along Interstate 71 to Louisville for the 52nd Battle for the Keg of Nails. The rivalry spans 83 years and three conferences (Missouri Valley, Conference...
Via College Football Zealots
October 25, 2012  |  Discuss

Munchie Legaux Says He's Better Than Bridgewater, Syracuse TV Time, Stewart Out for Louisville Game

The big comment floating around the twitter world today comes from the Cincinnati quarterback Munchie Legaux. Per the great Bearcat Report Obviously Munchie Legaux should think he's the best quarterback in the world. Confidence is needed when you play such a demanding position. Confidence is needed in all walks of life. What doesn't need to happen is shooting your...
Via Bearcats Blog
October 23, 2012  |  Discuss

Bearcats DE out indefinitely with injury

TOLEDO - Cincinnati senior defensive end Walter Stewart is out indefinitely with an undisclosed upper body injury. Stewart, the top pass rusher for the 5-0 and No. 21 Bearcats, suffered the injury last week vs. Fordham and it was discovered this week. A Cincinnati spokesman said Stewart was out for Saturday night's game at Toledo and his status going forward is still to be determined...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
October 21, 2012  |  Discuss

Walter Stewart Out Indefinitely

In news that came out of nowhere this morning, Walter Stewart is out indefinitely with an upper body injury. Take it away Koch:    Senior defensive end Walter Stewart will not play due to an undisclosed upper body injury that he suffered in last week’s game against Fordham. Stewart continued to play after sustaining the injury. There’s no word yet on how...
Via Bearcats Blog
October 20, 2012  |  Discuss

Walter Stewart Named Big East Defensive Player of the Week

I had some issues yesterday with my computer that seemed very serious, but they weren't very serious and it turned out that I was overreacting. That has never happened before. So when you see a flurry of posts today, get your popcorn ready. I hate to use a TO quote there, but at the same time I liked it. Kind of like saying "LAWFIRM." during the Bengals game last night...
Via Bearcats Blog
September 11, 2012  |  Discuss

Bomar, O'Donnell and Stewart Representing the C

The Big East has its media event later this month. Everyone's favorite Andrea Adelson put out the full list of team representatives. The 3 Bearcats are Maalik Bomar, Pat O'Donnell and Walter Stewart. O'Donnell is the only special teams player on the list. Quite the honor for the senior. A little surprised that Drew Frey didn't get the nod. No offensive players are...
Via Bearcats Blog
July 10, 2012  |  Discuss

2012 Pre-Season Preview: Cincinnati Bearcats

2011 Record: (10-3, 5-2 in Big East) Head Coach: Butch Jones (14-11 at UConn, 41-24 All-Time) Last Bowl Game: 2011 season Liberty Bowl: beat Vandy 31-24 2011 Preview 2011 Exit Survey Cincy Spring Capsule   Schedule Glimpse: 2012 Schedule Link Must Win: 9/15 vs Delaware St, 10/6 vs Miami (OH), 10/13 vs Fordham 10/20 at Toledo, 11/10 at Temple Revenge: 11/17 vs Rutgers...
Via College Football Zealots
June 29, 2012  |  Discuss

8 Bearcats Named to Athlon All Big East Teams

Athlon released their All Big East teams yesterday. The list is dominated by South Florida Bulls, 14 players, and UConn Huskies, 12. But the Cincinnati Bearcats had 8 players named. 2 of those were on the first team. Punter "The Freak" Pat O'Donnell and Kick Returner Ralph David Abernathy IV, aka the mosquito (because he's a pest to the opposing special teams)....
Via Bearcats Blog
June 26, 2012  |  Discuss

Anthony McClung, Pat O'Donnell Lead 13 Bearcats on Phil Steele All Big East Teams

Phil Steele put out his 2012 preseason All Big East teams and 13 Bearcats saw their names mentioned. Most notably, WR Anthony McClung and Punter Pat O'Donnell landed first team honors. A whopping 7 Cats landed on the second team, Kenbrell Thompkins, Austen Bujnoch, Dan Giordano, Walter Stewart, Maalik Bomar, Drew Frey and Ralph David Abernathy IV as kick returner. The 4th team...
Via Bearcats Blog
May 23, 2012  |  Discuss

Bearcats Become Big East (Co) Champions

The Cincinnati Bearcats dispatched the Connecticut Huskies today, 35-27. The game was not without drama, as UConn scored 15 points in the 4th quarter down 35-12. UC was able to convert a pair of 3rd and 2s to run out the clock. The Bearcats defense scored the first two TDs with their defense. Walter Stewart stole the ball from Johnny McEntee in the end zone, and Drew Frey had a pick...
Via Bearcats Blog
December 03, 2011  |  Discuss

National roundup: Cincinnati grabs early 7-0 lead over Connecticut

Walter Stewart stripped Connecticut quarterback Johnny McEntee in the end zone to give the Cincinnati the early 7-0 lead.
Via Chicago Breaking Sports
December 03, 2011  |  Discuss

National roundup: Cincinnati grabs early 7-0 lead over Connecticut

Walter Stewart stripped Connecticut quarterback Johnny McEntee in the end zone to give the Cincinnati the early 7-0 lead.
Via Orlando Sentinel
December 03, 2011  |  Discuss

Bearcats, Jones win by shaking off losses

A sure sign that a football coach is reaching his players is when they begin to speak his language, i.e. utter his phrases. More importantly it's when the concepts are put to practical use. Cincinnati head coach Butch Jones has several pet sayings, one of which is "snap and clear," meaning to put the previous play, game, season behind you. Live to play another day...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
November 11, 2011  |  Discuss

No. 23 Cincinnati wants to sing its song again

Cincinnati's players form a circle in the locker room, pop their favorite tune into the sound system and start to sway. Even coach Butch Jones throws his head back and improvises a few moves. Whenever they win this season, it's time for the 23rd-ranked Bearcats to dance. And nothing would be sweeter than to hop around the visitors' locker room at Paul Brown Stadium...
Via Fox Sports
November 11, 2011  |  Discuss
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