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Bearcats Box Lunch: Media Days, Cane Broome and Science Fiction

Things are going to get weird in the future.

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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:

With Big 12 expansion and Tommy Tuberville behind them, the Cincinnati Bearcats are ready for American Athletic Conference media days later this month. (Tom Groeschen; Cincinnati Enquirer)

Cane Broome will be a different type of point guard when compared to predecessors like Troy Caupain and Cashmere Wright. Will it work for UC? (Jon Rothstein; FanRag Sports)

Bulking up the froncrout and finding a combo guard will be priorities in recruiting for the Bearcats in 2018. (Jeff Borzello; ESPN)

In other news:

Apparently, football will be a weird, yet somehow engrossing examination of consciousness and science fiction in the future. (Jon Bois; SB Nation)

USF at UCF on Nov. 24 is the biggest game of the American Athletic Conference football schedule. (Jason Kirk; SB Nation)

Logan Morrison is upset that he is not in the Home Run Derby, but he shouldn’t be taking it out on Gary Sanchez. (Eric Stephen; SB Nation)