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Still struggling to make sense of the Bearcats win last nigth but still making the rounds
Cincinnati 68, #11 Georgetown 64: Cronin’s 100th Win Comes in Unbelievable Fashion
Overall this is a win, all be it a crazy one, to pad the tournament resume as the Georgetown Hoyas are going to win their share of games this year. It was especially important to get a win tonight because, as I mentioned, this game marked the beginning of the toughest five-game stretch on the schedule. The Bearcats host the Villanova Wildcats on Saturday before taking on #16 UConn, West Virginia, and #1 Syracuse. Cincinnati certainly started it off on the right foot.
Cincinnati Bearcats vs. Georgetown Hoyas // ESPN
Cincinnati Postgame Press Conference // Hoya Hoops
Cincinnati at Georgetown: The Recappening // Bearcats Blog
Football Season In Review (video)
East River LB Ryne Rankin snares first offer from Cincinnati: East River LB Ryne Rankin snares first offer from Cincinnati - Orlando Sentinel
"I’m really happy with my offer from Cincinnati. All my hard work is finally paying off," Rankin said. "I even shed a tear coach Mark Elder told me. I had a loss for words. He told me they were offering me not just because I am a good athlete, but that I have good character and I am a good leader and that meant a lot to me that somebody sees me in that way."
Rankin could be the first member of the class of 2013
UC football recruits getting a head start | UC Athletics Blog
Reason no. 673 why Bill Koch sucks at his job
Football To Play Host To Exclusive Signing Day Dinner
Other Bearcat News
Glass, Kline Named Preseason All-BIG EAST by College Sports Madness - University of Cincinnati Official Athletics Site
Two student-athletes on the University of Cincinnati baseball team were named preseason All-BIG EAST Conference selections by CollegeSportsMadness.com on Jan. 3. Outfielder Justin Glass (Fort Wayne, Ind./Carroll) was selected to the preseason all-conference first team, while outfielder/catcher Braden Kline (Warsaw, Ind./Warsaw Community) was named a second-team choice.