Tony Pike checks in at #9 on the list of the 125 greatest Bearcats
Bob Bell was a terror before his time at 6'4" 250 pounds. It is a great shame that the Bearcats have no sack or TFL records from his era
Jim O'Brien was a local schoolboy hero who became one of three central cogs in an offense that was 30 years ahead of its time for Homer Rice.
Terrill Byrd was built like a bowling ball and he played the game to capitalize on that fact. It worked for everyone involved. He checks in at # 14 on the list of the 125 greatest bearcats.
Connor Barwin was a one season wonder with the bearcats but what a season. Sure its a sentimental pick but Connor Barwin checks in at #15 on the list of the 125 greatest bearcats
Danny McCoin came from the foothills of the Smokey Mountains and rewrote the Bearcats record books. And he checks in at #17 on the list of the 125 greatest bearcats.
Tight End Brent Celek is the best ever at his position for the Cincinnati Bearcats. But his catch and run against Rutgers makes him a legend