A doubleheader begins today at 3 PM.
A Saturday afternoon contest commences at 4 PM.
The series concludes at 11 AM on Sunday with an early start to the series finale.
Cincinnati enters the game on a high note, having won 6 of their last 8 contests. Cincinnati has a 19-18 overall mark and an 8-8 conference record.
South Florida has struggled thus far this season, posting a 15-19 mark overall and a 5-7 record in the AAC.
Historically, USF has had the best of this series, posting a 46-23 overall record in it.
Let’s hope Cincinnati’s hot bats continue. The Bearcats are hitting a fiery .276 as a team and has belted 44 home runs thus far this season.
Check back with Down the Drive for full coverage of all three contests.