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Winning breeds success. After winning 35 games over the past 4 seasons, the Bearcats had their first major shake-up in the coaching staff. A few staff departures had the Bearcats hunting for some new faces. We’ll examine the ramifications of the coaching shake-ups on Coach Fickell’s staff.
Back in December, the Bearcats managed to sign their recruiting class of 23 players. They’ve added two, huge transfers to get to the limit of 25 new players for the 2021 version of the Bearcats. We’ll examine these new players and who’s most likely to contribute in 2021.
The Bearcats fell short in the Peach Bowl. What does 2021 entail for the Bearcats?
The Bearcats travel to Atlanta for their 3rd ever match-up against the Georgia Bulldogs on New Year’s Day. I break down the Georgia Bulldogs. Why the 2020 team has a better shot than the 2008 and 2009 teams to win the program’s biggest bowl game.
It was a whirlwind of a weekend as Cincinnati knocked off the Tulsa Golden Hurricane with a last second FG to win the AAC Championship in a deluge Saturday night. They were then selected to play Georgia in the Peach Bowl Sunday afternoon.