0 comments | submitted by brett | Nov 18 2009 - 12:57pm
Juniors Larry Davis and Rashad Bishop kept colder-than-a-polar bear's-toenails-shooting Cincinnati afloat as the Bearcats clawed their way back from a 15-point deficit to Final Four contender Prairie View A&M, pulling away down the stretch for a...
0 comments | submitted by brett | Nov 17 2009 - 9:50am
Bearcats quarterback Tony Pike talks about his return to the field.
0 comments | submitted by brett | Nov 17 2009 - 9:49am
The Washington Redskins have announced that Virginia Tech and the University of Cincinnati have agreed to play at FedEx Field in 2012.
0 comments | submitted by brett | Nov 17 2009 - 9:48am
Mardy Gilyard is fast on the football field, and his mouth moves with comparable speed off it. When asked to compare his Cincinnati Bearcats to the Ohio State Buckeyes 100 miles up I-71, the wide receiver was ready.
0 comments | submitted by brett | Nov 17 2009 - 9:46am
The University of Cincinnati Bearcats remained the No. 5 team in the country in the newest BCS standings that were released Sunday night. They were also fifth in the Associated Press poll and USA Today coaches' poll.
0 comments | submitted by brett | Nov 17 2009 - 9:45am
"The only teams I watch are TCU and Boise State," Cincinnati Bearcats coach Brian Kelly mentioned the other day. "I really don't care about those other teams. Look, we know about Florida, we know about Alabama, we know about Texas. If I'm ever...
0 comments | submitted by brett | Nov 17 2009 - 9:42am
The University of Cincinnati plans to borrow $9.7 million to start construction on several athletic practice fields on its main campus. To be completed by fall 2010, the fields are a critical factor in UC%u2019s strategy to retain football coach...
0 comments | submitted by brett | Sep 8 2009 - 8:14pm
Rutgers QB Dom Natale will be one of three quarterbacks that head coach Greg Schiano will look to lead the team today against Cincinnati.
0 comments | submitted by brett | Sep 8 2009 - 6:59pm
The BIG EAST Conference has named Cincinnati quarterback Tony Pike, Connecticut defensive end Lindsay Witten and West Virginia kicker Tyler Bitancurt the winners of the conference's first weekly football honors for the 2009 season.
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