As we make our way towards the end of the 2022 Season, the Bearcats face their last regular season road test at the desolate Lincoln Financial Field against Bill Cosby’s Temple Owls (4PM ESPNU). Will the Bearcats be able to avenge their 2018 loss in Philly? Or will the Owls derail the Bearcats Cotton Bowl Hopes? The Bearcats look to finish off with a win against another opponent they might never see again.
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The Bearcats bounced back from their loss to Central Florida against the Midshipmen, setting sail from Nippert Stadium with a 20-10 victory. Another nautical themed mascot looms on the horizon, the Pirates of East Carolina. Despite 4 straight victories, the Cats still trail ECU 13-12 in the all time series. A win in this game would even up the series with no further games on the schedule for the foreseeable future.
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Having secured bowl eligibility with a Week 7 victory against SMU in Dallas, the Bearcats are on their way to their 5th consecutive bowl game! We will use this post to…
A disappointing loss in Orlando has the Bearcats heading back to Nippert Stadium, a 19 game AAC Conference winning streak ended, and the road to the AAC Championship cloudy at best. Will the Bearcats be able to turn the corner this week against the Midshipmen (4:00 ESPNU)? Or will their NY6 Hopes go out to sea?
After a one week absence the Councilman is back! The Bearcats survived on the road in Dallas, with a trip to the Happiest Place on Earth on the docket. Can the all time winningest coach in UC History get the Bearcats out of their two game road stretch 7-1? If the Bearcats win, they’ll be firmly in the drivers seat for a second trip to Dallas on the horizon.
After showing the Tulsa Golden Hurricane that we wanted all of that smoke, the Bearcats return to Clifton with all the pomp and circumstance surrounding Homecoming. After destroying QB Davis Bryn, the Bearcats continued their defensive evolution, allowing only 21 points and 2 interceptions against one of the top QBs in the NCAA, despite an ankle injury. The Bearcats returned to the AP Top 25 coming in ranked #24 and just out of the Coaches Poll at #26. This week a match-up against the USF Bulls looms on the horizon, a team that gave the Bearcats a scare in Tampa last year.
After an epic first half performance last Saturday at Nippert Stadium, the Bearcats head out west to OKLAHOMA! to take on the Golden Hurricane (7 PM ESPNU). The first match-up in our AAC Farewell Tour takes the Bearcats to Tulsa, Oklahoma, with another AAC Championship on their mind. Can the Hurricane slow down the Bearcat offense? Or will the Bearcats blow through H.A. Chapman Stadium and level Tulsa?
The Bearcats are heading 3 miles up the road from Paycor Stadium with the Victory Bell in tow. The Bearcats now lead the series against Miami 60-59-7, with no end of this winning streak in sight. The Hoosiers head to Clifton to try and avenge a loss at a scalding hot, waterless, beerless Memorial Stadium. Do the Hoosiers have what it takes to end the Bearcats winning streak at Nippert Stadium?
After a Bearcat Blunder in Fayetteville this past weekend, the Bearcats come home to Nippert Stadium 0-1 for the first time since 2010. Luke Fickell’s first regular season loss in over 1000 days broke the hearts of Bearcat Nation, but a “Get Right Game” against Kennesaw State looms for this Saturday, a far lesser opponent, who has had a lot of success in a short period, may not be the blowout many are expecting.