Baseball Coach Ty Neal Signs Extension, Gets Upgrade Commitments

Cincinnati’s basketball coach Mick Cronin wasn’t the only one to get a new deal this summer. Baseball coach Ty Neal has signed an extension locking him up through 2019. This comes off a season where Neal was one of the names for the vacant Indiana head coaching job. Neal came to Cincinnati from Indiana’s bench. […]


2014-15 Cincinnati Bearcats Non-Conference Basketball Schedule Released

Cincinnati has put out the non-conference schedule for the 2014-15 season today. It features 6 schools that participated in the NCAA tournament a season ago with potential for a 7th: Xavier, NC Central, San Diego State, NC State, Nebraska and VCU with a shot against Creighton potentially if the Blue Jays defeat Ole Miss. In […]


Officially an Outsider

We’ve known it was coming for a while now, but today it was made official. July 1 marked the day that Louisville and Rutgers went to the ACC and Big 10 respectively. It marked the day that East Carolina, Tulane and Tulsa officially joined up in the AAC. We’ve been conference mates with Tulane and […]


Sean Kilpatrick Goes Undrafted

The second all time leading scorer in Cincinnati history didn’t end the Bearcat drought in the NBA draft. Sean Kilpatrick did not have his name read as one of the 60 picks tonight. Just because he wasn’t drafted, it doesn’t mean his NBA dreams are over. Kilpatrick could sign as a free agent and get […]


Sean Kilpatrick Slated A Second Round Pick by Draft Express

Draft Express is currently pumping out their mock drafts for tomorrow night’s NBA draft. In the latest mock draft, they have Sean Kilpatick being drafted. Draft Express has the second all time leading scorer in Cincinnati history going 58th overall to the San Antonio Spurs. This could be a tremendous fit because Kilpatrick can shoot, […]


Mick Cronin Signs a 7 Year Extension

The Cincinnati board of trustees finally approved the next contract extension for head baskeball coach Mick Cronin today. It’s a 7 year deal that will pay Cronin 2.2 million dollars a year. That makes him one of the 4 highest paid coaches in the American Athletic Conference behind Kevin Ollie of National Champion UConn, the […]

Bearcats Grab Local Tight End

Coach Tommy Tuberville and staff have been on a roll lately with two commitments this week in Quintin Hampton and Jhavonte Dean when news broke that Moeller high school tight end Doug Bates committed to the Bearcats on Friday. Doug Bates Height: 6′ 4″ Weight: 230 lbs 247 Sports 3 Star ESPN Not Ranked Scout […]


What Could Have Been

Brett McMurphy of ESPN fame has an article up today about how BYU is looking to join the Big 12 and the Big 12 isn’t interested in expanding. The Big 12 not expanding is a pretty big deal around these parts since Cincinnati is stuck in a league with Tulane and Tulsa and East Carolina […]


More About 2015 Basketball Commit Justin Jenifer

News broke last night that 2015 guard Justin Jenifer committed to Cincinnati. Let’s find out more about the newest possible (hey, we don’t know what could happen) Cincinnati Bearcat guard. Jenifer is listed at 5’9 or 5’10 depending on where you look, 160 pounds. That’s the same kind of profile as Devan Downey, who was […]


Bearcats Add Georgia Linebacker

As camp season continues for Coach Tommy Tuberville and Staff, the Bearcats picked up commitment number four in the Class of 2015 with linebacker Quintin Hampton of Georgia. Quintin Hampton 6′ 1″ 235 lbs 247 Sports Not Ranked ESPN Not Ranked Rivals 2 Star Scout Not Ranked Summer camps are a way for prospects to […]


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 […]


Bearcat Odds and Ends: Gunner Kiel, Football Predictions, Soccer and More

Hi, friends. Welcome to what I’m calling Bearcat Odds and Ends because that’s the best name I can think of for a bunch of small stories that are combining to fill up one post. I’m working to get back into a more normal posting schedule for the rest of the summer so stick with me. […]


AAC Basketball Tournament Championship Game Moved to Sunday, 2014-15 Pairs Announced

The AAC popped some big basketball news over the weekend with the format announcement of the 2014-15 season. The biggest format change has to do with the AAC basketball tournament. In what was a Wednesday-Saturday event last season has turned into a Thursday-Sunday event this season. No doubt replacing the ACC title game which was […]


2015 AAC Football Divisions Announced

The reason this post didn’t come out on Friday, when the news actually broke, is because I’ve been dealing with a lot of family dealings that have eaten up a chunk of my time. It happens to many people and unfortunately, I’m riding that merry go round of less than stellar life events that requires […]