Gunner Kiel and Andrew Gantz Appear on Watch Lists

It’s early July, which means one thing for college football: watch lists. This week has seen various awards start leaking out the names of players who are being watched. I actually don’t know what the point of a watch list is, I guess it’s to make people remember that the award exists. If that’s the […]


Bloguin Top 50 – Cincinnati Bearcats

Over at the Student Section, the staff has been counting down the top 50 teams in college football. Cincinnati was voted 39th. While I didn’t have a vote in the poll, I did write about the Bearcats and preview this upcoming season. Be sure to check out the Student Section for the rest of the […]


Ian Happ Goes 9th in MLB Draft to the Chicago Cubs

The first Bearcat to ever get drafted in the first round of the MLB draft was Ian Happ. He went 9th overall to the Chicago Cubs. Congratulations to Ian and congrats to the Cubs for landing yet another player who has a lot of skill and contribute (hopefully) in the future. Coach Ty Neal added: […]


Where Will Ian Happ Be Drafted Tonight?

Tonight is the first day of the MLB draft. While not nearly as sexy as any other draft for any other sport, it often takes years for players to make an impact in MLB while other sports offer much more instant gratification, the Cincinnati Bearcats are going to have their first first round selection in […]


Kiel, Mouhon Lead Slew of Bearcats on Steele Preseason All-AAC Teams

Four Cincinnati Bearcats were named to Phil Steele’s preseason All-AAC team. As you can tell by the headline, Cincinnati quarterback Gunner Kiel was named to the first team, as well as defensive end Silverberry Mouhon. The pair were joined by receiver Mekale McKay and offensive lineman Parker Ehinger. Mouhon was one of three Bearcats to […]


Bearcats Ian Happ Named AAC Player of the Year

In a slam dunk move, Cincinnati Bearcats outfield Ian Happ was named AAC Player of the Year today by the AAC coaches. Happ was one of five unanimous selections to the All-AAC first team as well. Happ had one of the best single seasons in Cincinnati history. He led the AAC in batting average (.366), slugging […]


UC Releases Nippert Reopening Game Time

The University of Cincinnati announced the game time for the grand reopening of Nippert Stadium earlier today. Per a release from the school, the game will kick off at 7 pm on September 5. Night games at Nippert always have a different atmosphere, this game should be no exception. It’s very exciting that the grand […]


Bearcats Add Two From Southern Florida

Most Cincinnati fans have been eagerly awaiting the first commitment to the Class of 2016. It seems like an eternity since National Signing Day and a lot of fans are dying to hear any news regarding football. Tommy Tuberville and staff finally received some good news this week as defensive back Dontye Carriere-Williams committed Tuesday and […]

North Carolina-Asheville v Duke

Bearcats Interested in Andrew Rowsey

UNC-Asheville star guard Andrew Rowsey is transferring. Tom Groeschen has some info about the situation, which includes this tweet: Rowsey scored over 1,000 points at Asheville in just two seasons. He’s a pretty damn solid three point shooter, hitting 187-478 for 39.1% for his career. Rowsey is a great foul shooter as well. Last season […]


Thoughts About Deshaun Morman

The news of Deshaun Morman leaving the Cincinnati program isn’t new. It wasn’t even a new rumor. There were rumblings of Morman leaving the team last season before he ultimately returned. The redshirt freshman guard contributed off the bench, quite famously during the two tournament games against Middle Tennessee and Ole Miss, where Morman scored […]


AAC Roundup – April 10

Welcome to this week ending edition of the AAC roundup. Putting the UC news in this one because why not. There isn’t nearly as much to cover today, so let’s get right to it. CINCINNATI The Bearcats held their basketball banquet the other day. Here are all the awards: 2014-15 Cincinnati Basketball Banquet Awards Assists […]