Bearcats, Tuberville Considering Slippery COA Slope

This is the first year of the Cost of Attendance payments for college football players. It’s not very surprising that word has come out about some football programs wanting to institute fines for the players. Bud Foster of Virginia Tech got in some hot water talking about fines and former Cincinnati AD Whit Babcock had […]


Six Bearcats Represent on Senior Bowl Watch List

Let me start this post off by saying that the writer had no idea there was a watch list for the Senior Bowl. That statement is followed up by the fact that 6 Cincinnati Bearcat football players were named to said Senior Bowl watch list. The 6 players are Silverberry Mouhon, Adrian Witty, Parker Ehinger […]


Bearcats Picked as Overwhelming AAC Favorites

AAC media day brought the release of the AAC media poll. The first year of the 12 team, two division league projections saw the Cincinnati Bearcats as the overwhelming favorite. UC is not only the favorite to win the East division, but the entire league. The Bearcats pulled down 29 of 30 votes, the other […]


Cincinnati Bearcats Unveil New Under Armour Football Uniforms

Under Armour and the Cincinnati Bearcats have released the newest uniforms for this upcoming football season. New uniforms were very much due because the old ones were made by adidas and, duh, Cincinnati no longer runs with adidas. Here are the uniforms for your eye pleasure:   The wait is finally over


Your Cincinnati Bearcats American Notes

That is probably not the best name for a title, but here we are anyway. The AAC has put out some information pertaining to the Cincinnati Bearcats. This post is a grounds for that information. In my vacation, I have forgotten how to write gripping opening paragraphs. The biggest news of the last day or […]

Cincinnati Bearcats Football Season Has New Confidence With Renovated Stadium

Tommy Tuberville’s Cincinnati football program will have a new feeling this season, after completed renovations to Nippert Stadium will have the team playing in an actual home stadium on campus. Home games will actually feel like home games for the first time in his third year as head coach. That could only be good news […]


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 […]