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Bearcats BlogCast: Ep.47 – Big 12 Expansion and Contract Extensions

The Bearcats BlogCast makes it’s grand offseason return today, as Chris Bains and I discuss all things Bearcats. We kick off with the contract extensions received by basketball coach Mick Cronin and football coach Tommy Tuberville. This leads into a substantial discussion about Mick Cronin, expectations, recruiting and results. We end up talking similarly about […]

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Bearcats BlogCast: Cronin to UNLV? Not So Fast

This tweet by Tom Groeschen:   JUST IN: Cronin says he is headed back to Cincinnati today, says nothing happening today. Sources say no deal with UNLV. Story to come. — Tom Groeschen (@TomGroeschen)

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Breaking Down the 2016 Cincinnati Bearcats Football Schedule

Christmas in February has come with the AAC’s announcement of the conference schedule. That puts the finishing touches on the 2016 Bearcats football schedule. Let’s not delay, here’s the schedule in all it’s glory. // 2016 UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI FOOTBALL SCHEDULE DATE OPPONENT TV LOCATION Thur., Sept. 1 UT-MARTIN TBD Nippert Stadium Sat., Sept. 10 […]

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Cincinnati Bearcats vs Memphis Tigers Preview

Tonight’s game between Cincinnati and Memphis is a pivotal game in the volatile AAC. The league is looking increasingly like a one bid league. With SMU out of the conference tournament equation, locking down that top seed is huge. If the tournament started today, which thank god it doesn’t, the pairings would look like this: […]

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SMU Mustangs 59 Cincinnati Bearcats 57

Jordan Tolbert (maybe Octavius Ellis?) tipped home the go ahead basket in SMU’s 59-57 victory over Cincinnati yesterday night to cap off another incredibly frustrating ending to another incredibly frustrating Bearcats loss. Holding a 55-48 lead into the final media break, the Bearcats were victims of an 11-2 game ending run. The two points scored […]

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Previewing the Bearcats at Undefeated SMU

Cincinnati and SMU have played only 7 times in their basketball histories. The last four of those meetings have come during AAC play, where a school from Dallas and school from Ohio have become instant rivals. It may not be the sexiest rivalry in the American, but it has been a damn good one with […]

College Football: Cincinnati QB Gunner Kiel (11) talking to offensive coordinator Eddie Gran from bench during game vs Toledo at Nippert Stadium.
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Eddie Gran Moves on to Kentucky

Reports a couple weeks ago suggested that Eddie Gran would be a top candidate for the open Kentucky offensive coordinator position. Those reports ended up being fruitful because today Gran has accepted the offensive coordinator job at Kentucky.   Hinshaw was the passing game coordinator and also the quarterback coach. Gran coached the running backs. […]

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Cincinnati Bearcats vs Iowa State Cyclones Preview

Iowa State has twice tried to put a damper on this high profile game against Cincinnati. First, Fred Hoiberg left to coach the Chicago Bulls, which ended any and all talk of Iowa State being a preseason #1. Secondly, Iowa State just lost to Northern Iowa on Saturday. Despite all that, the game is still […]

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Bearcats BlogCast: Raphielle Johnson of NBC Sports

The Crosstown Shootout is simply too big to contain to a singular podcast. That’s why I had to reach out for help. I had to go to the best analyst I could think of. Just like how Bob Huggins had a play called the Fortson, I called the podcast version of the Fortson, which is […]

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Bearcats BlogCast: Shootout Preview

Welcome to this edition of the Bearcats BlogCast. You can listen to this, and previous editions, of the Bearcats BlogCast on iTunes. Please subscribe and review. You can also listen on Stitcher. Pretty much wherever there is a place to listen to podcasts, you can find this one. On this edition of the Bearcats BlogCast, […]

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The Crosstown Shootout, Me and Everything In-between

The Crosstown Shootout begin all the way back in 1928, when the University of Cincinnati kindly helped lowly Xavier open up the Schmidt Fieldhouse. Fifteen years later the schools met up again at the Schmidt. No one knows what happened in those two games, because history and all that. Two years later, in a 1945 […]

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Bearcats BlogCast: Episode 38 – Bearcats, Bowls, Basketball

Welcome to this edition of the Bearcats BlogCast. You can listen to this, and previous editions, of the Bearcats BlogCast on iTunes. Please subscribe and review. You can also listen on Stitcher. Pretty much wherever there is a place to listen to podcasts, you can find this one.

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Butler Bulldogs 78 Cincinnati Bearcats 76

There’s a lot to unpack after the Bearcats 78-76 heartbreaking loss to the Butler Bulldogs. The main thing that stands out is how different the sport of college basketball is in December and March. If that game happens in March, we are all dead. We are just not alive anymore. The game happening in December […]

NEW YORK, NY - NOVEMBER 27:  Troy Caupain #10 of the Cincinnati Bearcats reacts against the Nebraska Cornhuskers at Barclays Center on November 27, 2015 in Brooklyn borough of New York City.  (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images)

Bearcats Best at Barclays

With a hard fought 61-56 win over the George Washington Colonials today, the Cincinnati Bearcats are the Barclays Center Tournament champions. Just like last night’s victory over Nebraska, the Bearcats were pushed to the limit. Once again they responded by making plays. Today it was Octavius Ellis scoring a huge tip in and nailing some […]

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