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Kevin Huber; Sometimes a Punter is a Weapon

P - 2005-2008 It is the ultimate in oxymorons. In the game of Football players can be weapons. A strong armed Quarterback, a sure handed Wide Receiver, a game breaking Running Back or a shutdown...

Gino Guidugli; The Enegmatic One

QB - 2001-04 The legacy of Gino Guidugli is a tricky thing to deal with for most of Bearcat Nation. We all respect him for his on field accomplishments. The only four year starter at QB in...

Jonathan Ruffin; Mr. Automatic

K - 1999-2002 When Rick Minter took over the reigns of the Cincinnati program he decided that he was going to build the program in the mold of his mentor and idol, Lou Holtz. That meant physical,...

Danny McCoin; Oh For The Wonders of Defense

QB - 1984-87 The Dave Currey era at Cincinnati started with a resounding thud. Currey inherited a team that was solid on offense, or at least that had two established stars in running back Reggie...

Mike Woods; Tony Mason's Kind of Player

LB - 1975-77 Mike Woods was Tony Mason's ideal linebacker. Fast, aggressive and physical. He worked hard and made plays in bunches. Woods was a graduate of Benedictine High School where he...

Tom Marvaso; Return Man Extrodinaire

S - 1973-75 Tom Marvaso was one of the brightest stars for the program as it was entering it's darkest days. Greg Cook and Jim O'Brien had a lasting impact. The interest they generated in the...

Greg Cook; A Player Ahead of His Time

QB - 1966-68 Simply put Greg Cook is the best QB in the history of the Cincinnati Bearcats Football Program. Geno Gudguli might have all the records, but Cook was better. He was recruited to UC...

Bill Shalosky, A Key Cog In Sid Gillman's Offensive Machine

G - 1950-52 In the best of times it is hard to judge the impact that a singular offensive lineman makes on a team. In truth the best way is to pay attention to the team statistics. In this area...

Dick Goist, An All Around Player

RB - 1951-54 When we talk about the Sid Gilman era here at the University of Cincinnati we tend to focus on the things that Gillman was known for. His intricate and complex passing schemes that...

Gene Rossi and the Move That Shook The Victory Bell

QB - 1950-52 The University of Cincinnati and Miami University have met on the field of play 112 times. For roughly the first 60 of those games the only real sense of rivalry was strictly...

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