The defending American Athletic Conference champions have a pretty imposing schedule this year. These 10 games add the greatest degree of difficulty.
After a largely dominant first six games, the Bearcats will take to the back six with the hopes of continuing that success and reaching even greater heights.
Nsoseme played more than you might remember last year. He’s going to be tougher to ignore this season, especially if he continues to improve.
The Bearcats have a few players to thank for their perfect start to the season.
No Bearcats this weekend, but there are still games to predict.
Hardnett is an excellent rebounder who is going to have to wait his turn on a UC team that still has a lot of depth.
Washington was excellent on both ends of the floor. Finding another player like him will be difficult.
Leave it to Clayton to use a Walkman to pick Texas Tech at TCU.
A freshman year devoid of much playing time kept Diarra from making much impact last year. That should change this year, although how drastically remains to be seen.
Johnson has a four-star pedigree and could very well be an exciting all-around point guard. It just might not be this year.
The Bearcats beat Tulane in a rout and the defense played a large role in that.
Another week and another win means there are some awards to hand out.