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September 12th Jump Off

The Final Word on Tennessee

Tennessee runs away from Bearcats in second quarter of 45-23 win | Cincinnati.com | cincinnati.com

Vols reveal Bearcats' flaws | Cincinnati.com | cincinnati.com

1 yard proves hardest to get for Bearcats | Cincinnati.com | cincinnati.com

Tennessee 45 Cincinnati 23 | Bearcats Blog

Bearcats Breakfast

Akron Week

Schaffer: ‘This could be defining moment in our season’ | UC Athletics Blog

Bearcats regroup from blowout | Cincinnati.com | cincinnati.com

Zips get creamed again | Ohio.com

Temple rolls to 41-3 win over Akron in MAC opener - Zips - Ohio

Storm clouds still hovering over woeful Akron, Kent State: MAC Football Insider | cleveland.com

Basketball News

Cincinnati’s Shaq Thomas Cleared (UPDATED) | ZagsBlog.com

Other Bearcat News

Bearcats Fall to No.12 Hawai'i; Take Second in Tournament - University of Cincinnati Official Athletics Site

DeNormandie Earns BIG EAST Rookie of the Week Accolades - University of Cincinnati Official Athletics Site

Grause Named BIG EAST Rookie of the Week - University of Cincinnati Official Athletics Site

Finan Breaks Course Record, Leads UC Men's Cross Country to Queen City Invite Win - University of Cincinnati Official Athletics Site

Bearcats Win Charleston Cup Title - University of Cincinnati Official Athletics Site

Around The Big East

Big East Football Week 2: Not Meeting Expectations - Big East Coast Bias

Big East Coaches Teleconference Notes - Big East Coast Bias

Big East needs a big Week 3 - Big East Blog - ESPN

Big East news and notes - Big East Blog - ESPN

Big East weekend rewind: Week 2 - Big East Blog - ESPN

Nationally Recognized

The Wiz of Odds: Snapshots of Week 2

College Football Alphabetical, Week 2: The Virtues Of Mediocre Entertainment - SBNation.com

Reading This Will Make You Smarter

Africans in Guangzhou: Opportunities & Discrimination – chinaSMACK
A translated photo essay about black Africans who travel to Guangzhou to do trade business, plus the opportunities, difficulties, and discrimination they face.