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Cincinnati Bearcats vs. Miami (OH) RedHawks: Television, Radio, & How To Watch Online

The Bearcats first "road game" of the 2015 football season comes against the Miami (OH) Redhawks. Here is where you can catch all of the action.

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  • Kickoff: 3:30PM
  • Television: No television broadcast. Available on ESPN3.
  • Announcing Crew: Jim Barber (play-by-play), Dustin Fox (analyst)
  • Bearcats Radio: 700 WLW
  • Announcing Crew: Tom Gelehrter (play by play), Jim Kelly Jr. (color analyst), Tony Pike (sideline reporter)
  • Streaming: Watch ESPN App /
  • I want to play Miami this week because I want the Bearcats to win. After last week, we all should want to win. And win big.

    Cincinnati has won 9 straight contests, and they are looking to win their 10th straight "rivalry" game. Although one-sided in the recent past, Miami holds a 59-53-7 overall record. If you look at the history of the game, Miami went on runs in the 50's, 60's, and 70's that have given them a lead that stands today.

    If Cincinnati can limit turnovers and start fast (sounds familiar), this game should be controlled with the dynamic ground game of Tion Green, Hosey Williams, and Mike Boone. Be ready for an offensive show if Kiel and the receivers can put last week behind them. We are still looking for them to prove that they are a top 10 group.

    Be sure to check out the preview and list your thoughts. As per recent past, the Bearcats are listed as favorites, but that obviously does not mean anything on gameday. Ideally, the Cats will pull this out and bring the team to 2-1 on the season.