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Bearcats Box Lunch: David Niehaus, NCAA Tournament Redux, House Bill 142

Plus Lance Stephenson doesn’t say sorry.

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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.

David Niehaus is a fifth-year senior who was originally a walk on but played in 11 games last season. He will be a leader in 2017. (Tom Groeschen; Cincinnati Enquirer)

Elaina Enich scored four goals, but the Bearcats lost 11-9 to Temple in their fourth Big East lacrosse matchup. (

A group of 166 college athletes sent a letter top the NCAA Board of Governors in response to North Carolina’s House Bill 2 and House Bill 142, showing their support for the LGBTQ community. (Cyd Zeigler; Out Sports)

There were highs, lows and everything inbetweens during the NCAA Tournament. (Mike Rutherford; SB Nation)

What were the top 10 games of the NCAA Tournament? (Matt Norlander; CBS Sports)

Hayden Moore and Ross Trail are both searching to prove themselves. Where do the rest of the country’s quarterbacks stand? (Ben Kercheval, CBS Sports)

Lance Stephenson will not apologize to the Raptors. (Dave Clark; Cincinnati Enquirer)