The internet is a big, wide open, scary place. Why should you have to dive into its depths and find stories that pertain to the Cincinnati Bearcats when we can do it for you? Here’s what the world wide web has to offer today.
Cincinnati’s women’s basketball team grinded out its first American Athletic Conference win of the season behind 20 points from Ana Owens. (GoBearcats.com)
No. 18 Butler upset defending national champion and No. 1 ranked Villanova at Hinkle Fieldhouse, the same place the Bulldogs defeated UC. (Tehr Umar; Big East Coast Bias)
Al Washington is leaving Boston College to become the defensive line coach for the Bearcats. (Grant Salzano; BC Interruption)
Houston escaped an upset bid from Tulsa to improve to 3-0 in American Athletic Conference play with Saturday’s matchup against Cincinnati looming. SMU also kept its perfect mark in conference action intact with a 79-65 win over Temple.
USF basketball is a tough job. The Bulls need to recruit a coach to turn things around more than a coach needs to recruit USF. (Collin Sherwin; The Daily Stampede)
Randy Edsall is coming back to coach UConn. What’s the historical precedent for a coach returning to a program? (Aman Kidwai; The UConn Blog)