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Bearcats Box Lunch: Finding Inspiration in a 3-7 Record

With bowl season no longer a possibility, the Bearcats have new goals in the last two weeks. Plus Tommy Tuberville gets burned.

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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.

In Bearcat news:

Even if a bowl is now out of their reach, the Bearcats aren’t done trying to accomplish things on the football field. (Tom Groeschen; Cincinnati Enquirer)

A big part of the last two games will be showing progress. (Bill Koch;

But don’t worry about that. Basketball is back and better than ever. (Paul Daugherty; Cincinnati Enquirer)

Tommy Tuberville just got #rekt by Ole Miss Twitter. (Nick Cole: SEC Country)

In other news:

Grayson Allen had himself a night against Michigan State. (Ricky O’Donnell; SB Nation)

Bill Russell is a living legend. It’s been 60 years since he grabbed an NBA record 49 rebounds in one game. (Rhiannon Walker; The Undefeated)

Speaking of the NBA, draft busts can show their true form much earlier than you might expect. (Zach Kram; The Ringer)