Bearcats Senior Day this weekend seeing get-in price of just $9

Cincinnati seems to be on the right side of the bubble after picking up a key road win on Wednesday night. The Bearcats (21-9, 12-5) went into then-conference-leading Tulsa and secured a nine-point victory, a game in which they were ahead virtually the entire time. Farad Cobb scored 22 points, including four 3-pointers and Octavius […]

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Cincinnati Bearcats 56 Tulsa Golden Hurricane 47

The sun is shining a bit brighter, the birds are singing a bit louder, the grass would be a bit greener if it wasn’t covered by snow. All of this is because the Cincinnati Bearcats went to Tulsa and picked up a giant, giant victory over the Golden Hurricane. This win should be enough to […]

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Cincinnati Bearcats vs Tulsa Golden Hurricane Preview

    Game of the year of the week of the night for the Bearcats and the Tulsa Golden Hurricane tangle in Oklahoma. Both teams are on the NCAA tournament bubble. Both teams are chasing high seeds in the AAC tournament. For Tulsa, winning tonight gives them an opportunity at clinching at least a share […]

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The Bearcats Blog All-AAC Basketball Awards

We are in the final week of AAC action for the 2014-15 season. That means it’s award season. Bearcats Blog is going to give out it’s prestigious AAC awards today. They will be the traditional awards, Player of the Year, Coach of the Year, 6th Man, Defensive Player of the Year, Freshman of the Year, […]

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Bearcats Ge’Lawn Guyn Granted Release, Able to Transfer

Cincinnati Bearcats guard Ge’Lawn Guyn has been granted his release from the university according to head coach Mick Cronin. In fact, here’s Cronin as reported by Tom Groeschen: “I’ve given him his release,” Cronin said, in an interview with The Enquirer. “If he decides to graduate and transfer, that’s up to him.” The Bearcats coach […]

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Cincinnati Bearcats 63 Tulane Green Wave 47

The Bearcats picking up the split in the return game over the Tulane Green Wave isn’t exactly impressive on the surface. Beating Tulane is hardly impressive no matter the time. What was impressive was the performance from the Cincinnati Bearcats. One of the pressures as a team squarely on the NCAA tournament bubble is passing […]

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Shaquille Thomas and the Bearcats Dunk All over Tulane in Rout

Get ya some, Shaquille. Here’s the baseline angle Go ahead and flex after that all day long after that. The Bearcats as a whole flexed their muscles in a blowout victory over Tulane today. The Cats jumped out early and the game was never in doubt. The offense was unstoppable, the defense locked down the […]

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Cincinnati Bearcats vs Tulane Green Wave Preview – Revenge Edition

Another Saturday afternoon, another basketball game with Tulane. Two short weeks ago, Cincinnati lost to the Green Wave on this rather good shot by Jonathan Stark: That one still hurts. It’s going to hurt until the Bearcats are actually playing games in the NCAA tournament. The Cats are going to be favored to pull off […]

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Cincinnati Bearcats 83 UCF Knights 60

Winning by 23 points this late in the season when you are a team on the NCAA tournament bubble is always a breath of fresh air. After the previous seven games were filled with anguish and grind it out wins over teams that aren’t that great, Cincinnati punished the worst defense in the league exactly […]

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Bearcats Steamroll UCF Behind Ellis’ Career Best

Octavius Ellis went off for a career high 20 points as the Bearcats trounced Central Florida 83-60. Cincinnati made 64.7% of their field goals tonight, the highest mark since the 1992-’93 season. That was a long ass time ago. The Cats did a large part of their damage around the basket. 44 of the 83 […]

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Cincinnati Bearcats vs UCF Knights – Round Two Preview

There are a couple of ways to look at tonight’s game that sees our Cincinnati Bearcats host the Central Florida Knights. The first is that this should become win number 19 on the season, which is not a bad accomplishment. It’s the game Cincinnati is the most heavily favored the rest of the way on […]

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AAC Tournament Watch – February 24

We are growing ever closer to the American Athletic Conference tournament, which means it’s time to take another look at how the AAC tournament is shaping up. First, we’ll give you the projected bracket. I’m using the tiebreakers here just to make things more official. Championship Schedule First Round – Thursday, March 12 Game 1: […]

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