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Cincinnati Bearcats Basketball 2015-16

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Cincinnati Bearcats 2016-17 Basketball Preview

Down the Drive's comprehensive preview for the 2016-17 Cincinnati Bearcats.

Octavius Ellis: An Appreciation

There were some bumps and bruises (literally) during Ellis' run with UC, but there's no denying he was a valued Bearcat, dedicated to crashing the boards and lifting the team up on his shoulders defensively.

Troy Caupain Season in Review

In a career that has seen only improvements season by season, Troy Caupain set new heights with his outstanding 2015-16 campaign. Now a senior, Caupain will look to have his best season at Cincinnati in 2016-17 with expectations as a high as ever for the Virginia native.

Farad Cobb: An Appreciation

In just two years, he helped to influence Cincinnati's defense, proving to be the founding father of an increased comfort level with the 3-point shot.

Gary Clark Season in Review

It’s Gary Clark's world. We’re just living in it.

Shaq Thomas: An Appreciation

Even if Thomas never became the next great Bearcat baller, he was a stalwart for the last four years and deserves credit for helping Cincinnati to four-straight NCAA Tournaments.

Ellis Gets Workout with the Wizards

The former Bearcat has finally gotten some attention from the NBA ranks.

Jacob Evans Season in Review

Evans was a slow burn for the Bearcats, starting off with a small role that he expanded throughout the season until he became as indispensable as anyone.

Coreontae DeBerry: An Appreciation

Let's take a moment to appreciate one of our departed seniors, who gallantly defended the paint and made everyone feel ashamed of their hand size for the last two years.

Kevin Johnson Season In Review

Many consider the Cincinnati native's 2015-16 season an underachievement considering the expectations after a solid sophomore season, but the junior guard emerged as the Bearcats sixth man by providing needed intensity off the bench.

UC Drops Dopest Trailer This Side of Rogue One

With a contract reportedly in place for renovations to Fifth Third Arena, Cincinnati's marketing team is already getting the folks in Cincy's (and perhaps the Big 12's) attention.

Justin Jenifer Season in Review

The first year in Cincinnati was not a roaring success for the Baltimore native, but there was enough of a silver lining to expect big things in the years to come.

Quadri Moore Season in Review

Additional depth and the strong play of freshman Jacob Evans squeezed Moore's playing time and limited him to a deep bench role.

Looking at the Bearcats 2016 Schedule: Week Nine

What would look like an easy victory a few years ago is now one of the toughest tests on the schedule.

Revisiting Preseason Predictions

Before we review and give final marks to each player, let's go back and take a look at how well DTD forecasted the 2015-16 campaign.

Bearcats included in 2016 Naismith Tip-Off Tournament

By participating in the annual event, Cincinnati will get a chance to compete with Duke, oh and some other teams as well.

CBS Lists Jacob Evans as Potential Breakout Star

Freshman Jacob Evans has been listed as one of the top five potential breakout players for 2016-17 after closing out this season strong.

Villanova vs. North Carolina Open Thread

College basketball season wraps up with the National Championship today.

April Fools Worthy Headlines from UC Sports

Between Cincinnati's football and basketball seasons, we have a bunch to work with.

UC Basketball: Unpacking the NCAA Tourney Exit

Let's take a "Final Four" perspective with Cincinnati's first round exit.

NCAA Tourney Elite Eight: Open Thread, TV Schedule

Here's what's going on today and tomorrow.

Mick Cronin rejects UNLV job offer

It took all week, but we now know head coach Mick Cronin is officially staying in Cincinnati.

Mick Cronin & UNLV: Where we stand now

It's been a long day. Let's catch up.

NCAA Tourney Sweet 16: Open Thread, TV Schedule

Here's what's going on today and tomorrow.

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Mick Cronin and UNLV "headed in the direction of marriage", according to ESPN

After a couple days now of "Mick Cronin to UNLV" talk, it appears more and more likely that the Cincinnati native could be taking the UNLV job after all, as ESPN's Jeff Goodman just shared that they are "headed in the direction of marriage" according to sources. It's important to note that nothing is official, but the momentum is clearly building.

Why is Mick Cronin Overplaying His Hand?

The current basketball coach isn't feeling the love at his alma mater. Here's why that's the case - and why he's playing this the wrong way.

Mick Cronin Officially Visiting UNLV Today

Mick Cronin arrived in Las Vegas Tuesday night and is meeting with UNLV officials today to discuss their coaching vacancy.

Mick Cronin Talks with UNLV "Getting Heated"

Mick Cronin has been linked to UNLV's head coaching vacancy for a couple days and while many Cincinnati fans doubt Cronin will leave, it appears things may be picking up.

Mick Cronin Linked to UNLV Coaching Vacancy

Mick Cronin is in the mix as possibly the next coach at UNLV. Let's take a look at what's being said and where we are.

First Round Takeaways: UC Bearcats vs. SJU Hawks

Count yourself lucky if you did not see the last play of the game last night, as it was heartbreaking.

NCAA Tourney Second Round Open Thread, TV Schedule

Here's what's going on today.

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The Final Play: Octavius Ellis Dunk Attempt

So, this is what the season came down to (or at least overtime). Sure, a foul could have been called, but this is just more of the same from a gut-wrenching season with too many of these moments.


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