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Cincinnati Bearcats at UCF Knights: Television, Radio & How To Watch Online

It has been painful to watch the Bearcats recently, but here’s how you can keep track of this weekend’s matchup with UCF.

NCAA Football: Central Florida at Cincinnati Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports
  • Kickoff: 12 p.m. ET
  • Television: CBS Sports Network
  • Announcing crew: Dave LaMont (play-by-play) and Ahmad Brooks (analyst)
  • Radio: Bearcat Sports Network (700 WLW AM, Sirirus 119, XM 202, Internet 962, Tunein.com)
  • Announcing crew: Dan Hoard (play-by-play), Jim Kelly Jr. (analyst) and Tony Pike (sideline reporter)

After a tumultuous week for Cincinnati, especially for head coach Tommy Tuberville, the Bearcats head out on the road to clash with the UCF Knights in an American Athletic Conference test at BHN Stadium in Orlando, Florida.

UC (4-5, 1-4 AAC) has lost back-to-back games and has not scored a touchdown in the last six quarters. Dissatisfaction with such results has started to boil over, and not just from the Bearcat faithful. Tuberville had a bit of an altercation with a fan following last week’s 20-3 loss to BYU and he was fired up in this week’s press conference. The team must now put all that aside and try to earn a win as there isn’t much time remaining to gain bowl eligibility.

Speaking of that, UCF (5-4, 3-2) has a chance to go from winless in 2015 to bowl eligible in 2016 with a win against UC. Under first year head coach Scott Frost, the Knights have ridden a pressure-packed defense back to competitive play.

For a full breakdown, check out our game preview and for a UCF perspective, read our Q&A Preview with Underdog Dynasty.